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Simulationexams.com, leading practice tests and lab sims provider, released CCNA practice tests conforming to the latest exam objectives, 200-301. The previous version of the exam 200-125 retired on 24th Feb 2020 and the current exam became live on 24th Feb 2020. The exam topics for the new CCNA are given below:
Network Fundamentals (20%)
Network Access (20%)
IP Connectivity (25%)
IP Services (10%)
Security Fundamentals (15%)
Automation and Programmability (10%)
Some of the topics from previous version, such as OSI layer, EIGRP had been removed (though not completely) and a few new topics have been added. The new topics are listed below:
Cisco DNA center
Cisco WLC controller
Security (extended to a large extent)
The two exam path (CCENT + ICND2) has been discontinued. Now, there is only one exam, that is CCNA at associate level. CCNA Security, and other CCNA XXXX have been retired permanently. There are no replacement exams for them.
CCNA, short for Cisco Certified Network Associate, is one of the premier certs in the area of networking. The topics usually covered by CCNA include TCP/IP and OSI stacks, IPv4 subnets, IP v6 addressing schemes, STP (Spanning Tree Protocol), VLANs (Virtual Local Area Networks), ACLs (Access Control Lists), routing protocols such as RIP v2, OSPF and OSPF v3, BGP, and wireless networks. The new syllabus deviated from the past very significantly. Notable deletions were RIP v2, OSPF v3, and TCP/IP fundamentals. Notable additions are WLC (Wireless Controllers, specifically Cisco WLC), DNA (Cisco Digital Network Architecture, and network security. Candidates are expected to learn Cisco centric technologies like WLC GUI and DNA in addition to usual iOS that runs on Cisco routers and switches. DNA is the Cisco’s solution to recently emerging Open Networks Architecture.
Apart from the above, two exams track is going to be discontinued. i.e. CCENT (Cisco Certified Entry Network Technician) and ICND2 (Inter Connecting Network Devices 2) exams together used to qualify a candidate to be Cisco certified. It appears that ths track is being discontinued.
Over all, it is expected that the new exam is broader in covering various technologies including the following:
DNA (Open Source project that compares with this is Open Daylight project)
Router and Switch iOS
It is recommended that those who are in the middle of preparation for the existing version of CCNA (200-125) complete the same before the deadline (23rd Feb 2020) as the new objectives of the exam require lot of time and effort due to significant differences in exam topics.
Certexams.com offers the following for CCNA 200-125:
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ExamGuides.com, leading exam cram provider for various certs, released Comptia® Network+exam cram notes for N10-007. The exam cram is useful for candidates preparing for Network+ cert as a last minute review tool. The objectives covered in the cram notes include the following:
Networking fundamentals and OSI model of 7 layers with examples
Identifying various connectors, cables, and other networking entities
Configuring an enterprise network for given requirements
Securing a network from inside and outside threats (network hardening)
Troubleshooting any problems that may arise in an existing network, such as connectivity problems, resource access problems, virus problems, access security, etc.
The notes, in excess of 100 pages, covers the topics in an easy to understand way. However, note that an exam cram assumes that the candidate had already gone through the study guide(s) and familiar with the topics. It only focuses on important points that may need to be reviewed before giving the exam.
The complete list of topics are listed below:
1. Networking Concepts
1.1 OSI model and its function
1.2 Network Topologies
1.3 Uses of ports and protocols
1.4 IP addressing
1.5 Characteristics of routing and switching
1.6 Wireless technologies
1.7 Cloud concepts
1.8 Network Services
2.1 Different types of cabling standards
2.2 Placement of networking devices on a network and install/configure them
2.3 Use cases for advanced networking devices
2.4 Virtualization and network storage technologies
2.5 Compare different WAN technologies
3. Network Operations
3.1 Managing the network
3.2 Disaster recovery concepts
3.3 Scanning, monitoring and patching processes and summarize their expected outputs
3.4 Remote access methods
3.5 Identify policies and best practices
4. Network Security
4.1 Introduction to Physical security devices
4.2 Authentication and access controls
4.3 Securing basic wireless network
4.4 Common networking attacks
4.5 Network device hardening
4.6 Common mitigation techniques and their purpose
5. Network Troubleshooting and Tools
5.1 Explain the network troubleshooting methodology
5.2 Given a scenario, use the appropriate tools for completing the job
5.3 Troubleshoot common wired connectivity and performance issues
5.4 Troubleshoot common wireless connectivity and performance issues
5.5 Troubleshoot common network service issues
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ExamGuides.com, a leading exam crams website released ICND2 exam cram for candidates preparing for CCNA ICND2 (200-101) exam. The notes provides important points for the exam preparation in a concise manner for quick review before taking the exam. ICND2 along with CCENT are two constituent exams to be passed for CCNA certification. Alternatively, one may take the CCNA exam (also called composite exam) directly. The following objectives are included in the ICND2 exam cram:
1.0 LAN Switching Technologies 26%
2.0 Routing Technologies 29%
3.0 WAN Technologies 16%
4.0 Infrastructure Services 14%
5.0 Infrastructure Maintenance 15%
As may be seen from the above, LAN switching and routing technologies constitute over 50% of the weightage. WAN technologies and Infrastructure services and maintenance constitute the balance. The exam cram notes covers switching and routing in a very comprehensive manner for thorough preparation. Other exam notes consists of CCENT Cram and CCNA Cram. Please leave any feedback by emailing webmaster at examguides.com
ExamGuides.com released CCENT (Cisco Certified Entry Network Technician) exam cram recently. The exam cram covers all the exam objectives in a quick and concise manner. The exam objectives are given as below:
Additionally, scenario based questions have been provided for in-depth understanding of the subject, which is very much necessary for passing CCNA exam. Network diagrams and examples have been provided wherever necessary for better understanding of the concepts.
The exam cram notes is available in pdf (portable document format), which is the most widely used document format in the world. Other cram notes available include CCENT (Cisco Ceretified Entry Network Technician) and ICND2 (200-105).
About CCNA: CCNA, short for Cisco Certified Network Associate, is the worlds most popular certification in the area of computer networking, whethher it be Local Area networks (LANs), Campus networks, Metro Ethernet, or Wide Area Networks (WANs). The certification has been maintaining its leading edge by keeping in line with the technological developments happening from time to time. The most recent update has and exam number 200-125. There is a two path exam stream for CCNA. One can obtain CCNA by passing the 200-125 exam or by passing 100-105 (CCENT) exam AND 299-205 (ICND2) exam.
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