Certexams.com has recently updated Comptia A+ Labs to include more labs and fixed a few bugs. The lab simulator consists of several ready made labs for practice and intended for candidates preparing for Comptia A+ Certification exam. The labs cover broad topics like computer hardware, motherboards, Windows 10 operating system, computer security among other things.
Comptia A+ Labsim Features:
- Lab exercises -currently 50+ labs are included.
- The demo version is limited to a fewer labs, and upto global configuration mode is supported in demo version.
- Various types of labs including hot spot and drag n drop
- Detailed help files that provide step by step instructions on using the simulator have been provided.
Other Labsims available: Comptia Network+ Labsim that conforms to the Network+ exam topics.
About Certexams.com: The website offers various practice tests, network simulators and lab simulators. The website is owned by anand software and training and not affiliated with any other company. Comptia A+® is trade mard of Comptia® Organization.
Certexams.com, a leading practice tests and netsims provider, recently updated it’s Comptia® Network+ Labsim. Several new features such as the ability to enable/disable navigation buttons, administrator login for lab profiles configuration, and saving lab results have been introduced. The Labsim also offers 300+ questions with answers for thorough exam preparation.
Several labs are preconfigured for getting started with the lab simulator. The preconfigured labs may be viewed at Comptia Network+ Labs page. The categories covered in the labs page include:
- Networking Fundamentals and WorkStation (WS) Labs
- Access Point and DHCP Configuration Labs
- Router Configuration and Troubleshooting Labs
- Switch Configuration and Troubleshooting Labs
- Scenario labs – Home and Small Office Networks
One advantage of using lab simulators is that you don’t have to experiment on live equipment which might crash during the experimentation. The labsim is fully software based tool and requires no other hardware resource. The software runs on the local computer and there is no need to be connected to the Internet while using the software.
Other labs available with certexams.com include Comptia A+ labs, and Cisco CCNA labs. Please check with the website for more info and free demo download.
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CertExams.com, leading exam sims and lab sims provider, release a thoroughly updated version of its software products complying .net 4.5. Several of the known bugs have been fixed in this version. Recently, several organizations are supporting only TLS 1.2 or above for secure communication over the Internet. As a result, our software, which uses SSL3 or TLS 1.1 has become unsupported on some platforms. The products updated include the following:
- Comptia practice tests, including Comptia A+, Comptia Network+, Comptia Security+, Comptia A+ Labsim, Network+ Labsim, etc.
- Cisco exam sims and network sims such as CCNA, CCNP, CCNA netsim, etc., and
- Juniper exam sims and netsims.
The updates have been thoroughly tested for any bugs and now available for download and install.
About Certexams.com: A leading educational products website offering exam sims, network sims, labsims, cram notes, and others. You may visit certexams.com for more informaiton.
Disclaimer: Please note that certexams.com is a brand website of Anand Software and Training Pvt. Ltd., and not associated with Comptia, Cisco, Juniper, or any other organization.
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:
- Wireless Controllers
- Network Security
- 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:
- CCNA Practice Tests (200-125)
- CCNA Network Simulator with Designer
- CCNA Cheatsheets
- CCNA Online Labs (Physical lab access)
Wish you all good luck!
CertExams.com recently started offering networking rack rentals for individuals desirous of learning computer networking technologies. The racks currently available include that of Cisco and Juniper racks. You may be aware that Certexams.com already offers netsim products for learning networking in virtual environment. One drawback of virtual product is that they do not support full command set and limited in scope. By using actual physical equipment, it is possible to feel the actual equipment and configure the same for various test cases.
The networking lab setup is ideal for candidates leaning CCNA/CCNP/Juniper networking as the majority of the labs use the equipment from these vendors. Check out the CCNA networking lab for more information on the equipment used and the network diagram.
It may be noted that the lab equipment used need not support giga or tera bit rates and hence older equipment may be used. In actual networks, due to heavy traffic demand, older equipment can’t be used which is not the case for networking labs. For this reason, the racks are available at a very reasonable price and discounts are available for training institutes and instructors. Please email us at cs (at) certexams.com for available discounts.
Though lab racks are of fixed configuration (physical connections), we can offer custom configurations, if required at additional cost.
The labs come with a detailed lab manual (or workbook) that provides various labs with instrucitons and commands and very useful for those preparing for Cisco/Juniper certs.
The complete lab setups had been automated from purchase of lab credit to booking an empty time slot, to login and working on the lab setup.
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