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 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.