Anand Software and Training launched long awaited website SimExams.com, a website offering solution to student evaluation, ranking, and assessment. The two main components of the assessment solution are,
The author software provides a platform, wherein, an author can develop content as required by the course that he/she is taking. The question types include multiple choice, drag n drop, hot spot (identify the correct component in a motherboard, etc), and media type questions. Once the question database is ready, the exam may be administered to the students in a classroom setup or in home setup. Results are available on the web and it is possible to compare and rank students.
The exam software is compatible with desktop Windows computers, and mobile devices. Check out the website for more information.
Certexams.com, a leading network simulator provider, updated it’s SwitchSim for iOS/JUNOS to include the following:
Explanation for the labs – Now most of the labs include explanation for the lab. New commands and functionalities have been explained in detail for ease of understanding.
Update to command sequence- Based on the user feedback, we observed that a few conditionalities are in conflict with execution of certain commands. The same have been fixed.
New labs – a few labs have been added.
Improved lab diagrams – Again, based on user feedback, some of the lab diagrams have been redone to provide clarity and readability.
Show commands – Several “show” command outputs have been added in the new version. It helps in understanding how to determine the configuration of the device after a particular set of configuration tasks have been followed.
About Certexams.com Switch Network Simulator (Switch Sim): It is a highly advanced virtual switch network simulator that simulates Cisco and Juniper switches in a networked configuration. Several protocols such as STP have been implemented for realistic simulation of switches. The software is primarily intended for beginners for learning purpose, and not intended for field applications or in production environment. The available labs may be found here:
Being a virtual device, the commands that are available for simulation is limited to the scope of CCNA/JNCIA. However, new commands and functionalities are added often as required to provide better user experience.
The website http://www.examsguides.com has been updated recently for better user experience. The website is compliant with Mobile First design as specified by Google and other major search engines. Further, breadcrumbs have been added for better navigation. Check it out and leave your comments.
RFCables.org has been updated to HTML5 version, making another website compliant with Mobile First design. The website offers a meeting place for both buyers and sellers of rf and microwave products and services. The website provides a list of rf vendors and manufacturers in various countries including USA, Canada, EU, Singapore, and others.
The website consists of the following sections:
Articles and Tools
The Manufacturers section provides a common platform for manufacturers to show case company profiles and contact information.
The Products section provides the ability to show case products such as cables, cable assemblies, connectors, and components.
The Services section offers you to list the services offered by your company. Typical services include custom made cable assemblies, connectors, and rf assemblies.
The Articles and Tools section provides various articles such as the best practices for cable assemblies, cable measurements, etc.
The responsive design thoroughly revamps the website to comply with Mobile First approach and compatible with various devices such as mobiles, pads, notebooks, laptops, and desktops.
Check out the website and please leave your feedback.
The website TutorialsWeb.com has undergone a major update towards fully responsive site. A fully responsive site, also called Mobile First, provides uniform appearance on mobile as well as desktop devices.
The website uses HTML5, CSS3, Media Query, and JQuery for coding and breadcrumbs aided navigation for better user experience. Typical screen shots for various devices are given below:
The mobile version of the site consists of the same menu items as that of the desktop site, but customized to the mobile device. The menu is user friend and the web page contents are readily accessible with just scrolling vertically.
As may be seen, the first level menu consists of Certification Notes, Electronic Assembly, Satellite Communications, Computers & Networks, RF Test & Meas, and Software. On clicking the first level menus, a user would be presented with second level menu as shown in the figure below:
For example, the Main Menu tab Certification Notes has four Sub-Menu items, namely, Comptia Certificaiton, Cisco Certifications, ITIL Certifications, and Others. By clicking on respective sub-menu item, one would be taken to the third-level menu link or to the corresponding web page as applicable. In this particular case, third level menu item is presented as shown in the figure below:
The third level menu items consist of A+ Cert Exam, Network+ Cert Exam, Server+ Cert Exam, and Security+ Cert Exam. On clicking the hyperlink, one will be taken to the respective web page as shown below:
As may be seen in the figure to the right, the web page consists of navigation bread crumbs giving the path to the current page. In this example, it is Certification Notes > A+ Cert Exam > A+ Essentials Cram Notes (An ad appearing below that and followed by the notes).
The website has been thoroughly updated and reviewed for design and visual interface so that web pages are rendered properly in all possible mobile and desktop devices.
Please email us the feedback if you find any bugs or suggest any improvements.
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
Other cram notes includes A+ cert exam cram (Both A+ Essentials and A+ Practical Application), and Security+ exam cram. Please visit the web site ExamGuides.com for complete and up to date information.
Disclaimer: examguides.com is neither associated nor affiliated with CompTIA® or any other company. A+, Network+, Server+, Security+ are trademarks of CompTIA® and duly acknowledged. The Exam Cram notes material is a copyright of examguides.com and the same is not approved or endorsed by respective certifying bodies.
SimulationExams.com released practice tests for Comptia® Network+® conforming to the latest exam objectives. The practice tests consist of 400+ questions with detailed answers and flash card explanations. The exam objectives covered is listed below:
1.0 Network architecture
2.0 Network Operations
3.0 Network security
5.0 Industry standards, practices, and network theory
The exam topics have been revised in comparison with the previous version of the exam (N10-006). The new topics though not very different from older ones, include H.323 1720, DHCPv6, z-wave, ant+, SFP+, QSFP, TXT DNS records, characteristics of fiber optic transceivers (bi-directional and duplex), fiber distribution panel, NAS and SAN storage types, SIP trunk, DMVPN, IDF/MDF documentation, work instructions, rack diagrams, AUP (short for Acceptable Use Policy), network security topics such as motion detection, asset tracking, video surveillance, etc, TKIP RC4, CCMP AES, and a few more. Please check out the complete exam objectives for complete list of changes.
The practice exams most of the exam topics in detail, and flash cards are available for important topics.
Check out Network+ practice exams and download free demo exam. The same are available in Android and iOS versions for mobile devices. The same are give below:
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:
SimulationExams.com, a leading provider of practice tests, released CompTIA® Security+ SY0 501® practice exam simulator. The practice tests include 350+ questions with detailed explanation for each question. The exam sim provides an environment that is similar to the actual exam and facilitates taking the actual exam with confidence. Question types include multiple choice questions (MCQs), drag-n-drop (DnD), Hotspot, and others as normally encountered in the real exam.
The exam topics covered in the simulator include the following:
1.0 Threats, Attacks and Vulnerabilities (Weightage: 21%)
2.0 Technologies and Tools 22%
3.0 Architecture and Design 15%
4.0 Identity and Access Management 16%
5.0 Risk Management 14%
6.0 Cryptography and PKI 12%
The advantages of using practice exams are:
– Ability to know your readyness to take real certification exam
– Knowing the weak areas and to prepare for the same thoroughly
– To acquient yourself with actual exam environment (such as timed test, scenario questions, etc.)
Other CompTIA® practice tests http://www.simulationexams.com/comptia.htm available include A+ Essentials, A+ Practical Application, Server+, and Network+. Cisco practice tests available include Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA 200-125), CCNP Route (300-101), CCNP Switch (300-115), CCNP TShoot, CCDA and CCENT.
The Exam Sim Engine provides an integrated test environment (ITE), wherein, you will be able to check for upgrades, and activate the full version using program interface soon after purchase. You may also download the demo versions of any other practice tests offered by SimlationExams.com using the ITE program interface.
About Security+ SY0-501 Certification:
The Security+ certification is awarded by CompTIA®. The exam is intended for candidates having experience in configuring and managing computer and network security for small and medium organizations. Seucrity+ Certification is one of the most widely recognized certification in the field of computer and network security. Security+ exam is targeted for computer service technicians and network security administrators.
Disclaimer:SimulationExams .com a group website of Anand Software and Training, and is neither associated nor affiliated with CompTIA® or any other Company. Security+®, A+ and Network+ are trademarks of Comptia® organization. All trademarks are duly recognized.