CertExams.com has updated its Juniper JUNOS network simulator to support Graphical User Interface (GUI) based configuration similar to that of Juniper JWEB. The new software enables a user to configure Juniper networking devices such as a router or a swithc by using graphical interface. The advantage associated with graphical input is that a user doesn’t have to remember several CLI commands as in the case of CLI based configurations. It may be noted that the CLI command line interface still remains and quite useful in learning device configurations by networking professionals.
A review of 2015 achievements:
1. Released Android apps for all out exam sim products
2. Developed GUI config versions of our NetSim products
3. Code signed our executables using Comodo
4. Updated our websites TutorialsWeb.com, AnandSoft.com, and SimulationExams.com
5. Changed our work premises from Basco Court to Deviah Court
6. Updated our Visual studio to VS 2013 Community Edition, and made .Net 4.5 as the base frame work used for our Windows apps.
7. Added CCNA Security, and CCDA Exam Simulators
What to expect in 2016:
1. More exam simulators, like CCNA Cloud, CCNA Voice, CCNA Data Center, CompTIA Cloud
2. iPhone apps development
3. Server based licensing of our products
4. More exhaustive troubleshooting methods in our NetSim products, and updated reporting formats.
5. Addition of new software products
6. Product quality improvements
CertExams.com CCNA Netsim has been updated to simulate Cisco Configuration Professional (CCP) Graphical User Interface (GUI). The advantage of using CCP is that a user may configure a router or a switch by using graphical interface. A screenshot of the same is given below:
A GUI quickens the learning curve required by a network administrator by providing easy to configure graphical options (such as drop-down menu, etc), and one need not remember the conventional CLI commands. The GUI closely mimics the Cisco Configuration Professional (CCP) providing a simulated environment. It also enables a user to get hands-on experience in using Cisco’s most recent CCP graphical interface.
You may download the product here:
Upcoming: We are now working on code signing our software products to ensure that the software is delivered to the user without being tampered, thus providing 100% virus free, and fully trusted software products.
Chennai, the capital of TamilNadu, India has been submerged in water due to incessant rains and floor waters for the past several days. Millions of people rendered homeless due to these rains as most parts of the city of 10+ millions has taken about 1200 mm of rains during the past few days, a record in about 100 years.
Chennai airport has been closed for the past few days, and is not likely to open anytime soon. See a few aircraft submerged in water here.
The floods have submerged several parts of the city, and people have climbed to the roof tops to save themselves from the heavy flood of water. People are being moved to safer places in boats, see pic below:
See birds view of the City of Chennai flooded due to heavy rains and subsequent floods:
We wish the people of affected parts of the state a full and fast recovery!
Anand Software has recently updated group websites CertExams.com, and TutorialsWeb.com for the following:
1. Broken links (both internal and external)
2. Orphan pages
3. Broken page-local links, and
4. Re-directed URLs
The sites are now screened for all the above and a few other parameters that might affect user experience and updated accordingly.
Anand Software and Training released Network+ N10-006 practice tests with simulation-type questions. The simulation type questions provide hands-on configuration experience to the users on various network configuration and troubleshooting scenarios.
Anand Software and Training has released Android versions of it popular exam simulator software. The software has been published in Google Play. Various products that had been released are listed below:
CCNA Network Simulator has been updated to include Graphical User Interface (GUI). Conventionally, a network administrator needs to configure a router or a switch using CLI (Command Line Interface), with the exception of some Wi-Fi routers that allowed GUI configuration. Cisco, as part of its product enhancements, has been working on improving the user interface, and have come up with Cisco Configuration Professional, a GUI tool that allows network administrators to configure and troubleshoot Cisco network devices using a visual GUI interface. Certexams has introduced a limited version of the GUI based Network Configurator that allows users to do mundane tasks such as assigning IP addressses and subnet masks, setting up DHCP, assigning host name, etc. The GUI is intended to provide some hands-on experience of working with CCP (Cisco Configuration Professional) and simulates the CCP navigation.
A typical screenshot of the feature may be seen the figure. As seen in the figure, the GUI consists of a left pane that outlines the configuration tasks, and when selected, the right pane provides the work area, where the user may select or type-in appropriate configuration. Several labs have been given to familiarize the user to configuring the network using GUI. However, this being the first release, more enhancements may be expected to Network Configurator. More configuration tasks, as well as new labs will be added in due course of time.
We have just published our free A+ Essentials exam sim on Googleplay. This is a free app that simulates CompTIA A+ Essentials exam. The practice tests have 60 questions with multiple choice questions. This version of practice tests are free. Check out the link given below to view and download the free aplus essentials practice tests.