CertExams.com, a leading practice tests provider, released CCNA exam simulator. Cisco(R) has recently updated its exam for CCNA to include several new topics.
The new practice exams may be downloaded here:
The topics are:
- 1.0 Network Fundamentals (15%)
- 2.0 LAN Switching Technologies (21%)
- 3.0 Routing Technologies (23%)
- 4.0 WAN Technologies (10%)
- 5.0 Infrastructure Services (10%)
- 6.0 Infrastructure Services (11%)
- 7.0 Infrastructure Management (10%)
Checkout free demo exam here:
CertExams.com released exam simulator for the new CCENT (CCNA ICND1) exam, and the same is available here:
The exam number for the new test is 100-105 and there are several changes to the new exam when compared with its predecessor 100-101. The notable changes are as given below:
Some of the important topics removed or moved to ICND2 exam:
- OSPF (single area) and other OSPF topics were moved into ICND2 . Note that RIP which was removed during the previous version of CCNA/ICND has been re-introduced. RIP v2 has been included but not RIPng.
- Dual Stack was removed ( there are many different IPv4 to IPv6 transition technologies). Not sure as to why this was removed. It was a very useful top in CCNA.
- Cisco Express Forwarding (CEF) has been removed. Again, not sure as to why this was removed.
The following topics have been added:
- Firewalls, Access Points (APs), Wireless Controllers
- Description of collapsed core architecture compared to traditional three-tier architectures in Enterprise LAN environment.
- Configure and verify IPv6 Stateless Address Auto Configuration (SLAAC).
- Added Anycast to the list of IPv6 addressing types.
- Knowledge of Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP).
- RIPv2 for IPv4 has been re-introduced.
- Added requirements to understand DNS and DHCP related connectivity issues.
- Interpretation of Syslog message logging for network device monitoring.
On the whole, there have been several changes in the new ICND exams.
You may download the practice tests here:
You may find the exam objectives from the official site here:
The old exam has already been retired and no more available.
On 8th September India put INSAT-3DR, an advanced weather satellite, weighing 2211 kg into Geostationary Transfer Orbit (GTO) using GeoSynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-F05).
GSLV-F05 vehicle is configured with all its three stages including the CUS similar to the ones successfully flown during the previous GSLV-D5 and D6 missions in January 2014 and August 2015. GSLV-D5 and D6 successfully placed GSAT-14 and GSAT-6 satellites carried on-board in the intended GTOs accurately.
Hearty congratulations to the team behind the successful launch, and wish them all the best in coming years. India is proud of you!!
Photo Courtesy: http://www.isro.gov.in/
Read more here: http://www.isro.gov.in/launchers/gslv
CertExams.com, a leading netsim software developer, released Juniper Network Simulator with Designer after a thorough review. The new version of the software includes several updates to its command support, and the lab exercises. The new features include Host to router/switch communication and/or router/switch to host communication and troubleshooting. Additionally, it supports DHCP configuration on routers and enables DHCP info to be obtained by the hosts connected via Juniper router/switch network.
You may download the software from the website here:
The labs supported may be viewed here:
Disclaimer: Juniper JNCIA(R) is a registered trademark of Juniper Systems (R) and is duly acknowledged. Anand Software and Training or CertExams.com are not associated with Juniper Systems or any other company.
Tejas, a supersonic fighter plane, indigenously developed by various government and semi government organizations in India, has finally became operational. Two Tejas fighter planes had been inducted into the Indian Air Force, to be followed by several more such aircraft in next few years.
Undoubtedly, it is mile stone in the history of Indian defense and technological capabilities, coming after the successful launch of GSLV rocket that placed a large satellite in the geo-stationary orbit recently. Hearty congratulations to our scientists, technocrats, and other teams that worked on making the project a success. Another feather in the PM Modi’s cap, a hard working prime minister that India is fortunate to have.
A screenshot of the fighter place may be seen below:
A fighter aircraft such as Tejas, include several electronic gadgets, most of which have been indigenously developed by DRDO (A short form for Defense Research and Development Organization), HAL (Hindustan Aeronautics Limited), NAL (National Aeronautics Limited) and others. The capabilities include the following:
- Maximum speed of 2,205km/hour and at maximum altitude of 15,200m. The range of the aircraft is 3,000km.
- Weighs approximately 5,450kg, with a maximum take-off weight of 13,500kg.
- Uses General Electric 85kN turbofan engine
- A multi-mode radar that was jointly developed by DRDO and HAL
- AIr-to-air missiles, AIr-to-ground missiles, anti-ship missiles, anti-aircraft guns, and mid-air refueling,
- Electornic airfare suite, and others.
Wish DRDO, HAL, NAL, and all others every success in their endeavour in making India self-reliant.
Anand Software and Training has recently updated its Android apps for A+ certification exams. The apps now conform to the latest exam objectives, and the free version offers 60 questions, whereas the full version will have 400+ most challenging questions.
The app may be downloaded here:
Checkout the available Android apps here:
Further, we have taken all the customer feedback over the past several months, and updating our Android software to be more user friendly. Checkout our blog in a few days for complete details.
CertExams.com, a leading NetSim and LabSim provider, recently updated it’s A+ Lab Simulator. The recent update includes several new labs as well as bug fixes. The details are the update are as given below:
- Net Features:
- Labs illustrating Windows 7 control panel features
- Labs showing setting up remote desktop, etc.
- Labs on creating/editing/deleting users/user groups and changing premissions.
- Bug Fixes:
- Labs 1 and 2 have been corrected to show proper connectors
- A few grammatical errors have been corrected
You may download the software here:
The product detail is available here:
The available labs may be viewed here:
You may also be interested in Network+ Labsim
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CertExams.com, a leading practice tests and network simulators provider, recently updated A+ Essentials practice exams (exam code: 220-901). The current version of the exam (220-801) will be retiring by the end of June 2016. 901 series has already been launched by Comptia in the month of Dec 2015.
The practice tests offered by CertExams.com will have 400+ question with detailed explanations. The question types include multiple choice questions (MCQs), drag-n-drop, and performance based questions. It may be noted that the objectives have been revamped thoroughly by Comptia. The A+ Essentials (901) consist of hardware, networking, and troubleshooting domains, whereas the practical application (902) consist of mainly Operating System software, operational procedures, and security. It is a good change because the confusion arising out of mixing of objectives in 801 series is not present in 900 series of the exams.
It may also be noted that OS X, Linux (mainly Ubantu), and Android OSes have been covered in the new exam objectives (220-902). It is a good change as the new OSes are becoming very popular these days as an alternative to popular Windows OS.
Check out the new practice exam, and also download the free demo version of the 220-901 exam
Disclaimer: CertExams.com is not associated with CompTIA®, and all trademarks are duly acknowledged. Comptia A+ is a trademark of CompTIA organization.
CertExams.com recently updated its Network+ LabSim to include a couple of more features. The entire lab manual has been updated. The new update provides a progress bar that indicates, in real time, whether you are doing the lab exercise in the right way. A progress bar always compares your configuration commands with the answer file and provides instant feedback, should you go wrong.
This feature is particularly useful when a user is configuring complex labs (multiple device configurations) as he would get a feedback on his configuration at intermediate steps instead of waiting till the entire lab exercise is completed.
Another feature that had been implemented is the ability to remember the most recent lab that a user had completed, and commence from where he had left when the user logs in next time. In other words, a user will be prompted whether to start afresh or continue from the previous lab exercise. This is a good feature update as the lab manual contains dozens of exercises and it is difficult to complete the manual in a single sitting.
Lastly, a few of the mistakes in the lab manual had been fixed.
Please download the Network+ lab simulator. The demo version is free, and the full version is priced very effordably.
You may download Comptia Network+ virtual Labs and view available comptia labs.
Anand Software and Training today updated its executables on website simulationexams.com to provide better security against hacks, and also code signed the same.