CCNA Exam Simulation Practice Exercises – Just $19.95!

January 1, 2019 at 12:28 am

Are you looking for an affordable way to practice for the CCENT or CCNA simulations you might receive in your actual exams? Look no further.

The AJSnetworking.com CCENT/CCNA Exam Simulation program emails you at least three Packet Tracer* challenges per week! The next day you receive the solution! This program is currently available at an introductory rate of $19.95 (one-time fee). The completed bundle of practice labs will sell after the introductory rate for $49.95. Get started studying and save money now!

* Packet Tracer 7.2.1 is used for these simulations. Raw config files are also provided for those students using GNS3 or some other lab prep tool!

NOTE: This is a solution for those ACTIVELY pursuing their CCENT and/or CCNA certifications and need the means to verify their grasp of the material learned elsewhere.

The solution is a working lab for you to verify and test as well as a write-up document that provides you with valuable hints, tips, and simulation tricks! The exercises also provide tips on additional practice ideas for each challenge.

 

CCNA Exam Simulation

Did you know that the amazing Packet Tracer tool is free and legal for all to use for CCENT and CCNA prep? You just create a free account (enroll) and download it here:

https://www.netacad.com/courses/packet-tracer-download/?p_auth=h6jOI2lZ&p_p_auth=iJXrHgDA&p_p_id=resendscreenname_WAR

If you have already created your Packet Tracer account, here is a link to the direct download of Packet Tracer. Note that Packet Tracer supports 32 and 64-bit Windows installs, as well as 64-bit Linux:

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1v0eXHqQxR_qD2-vSuZroxqlFs_70FQDu?usp=sharing

Are you ready to get started today on your first Simulator Challenge? Just use the PayPal button below! Questions? Email ccna@ajsnetworking.com


Email Address for Lab Delivery


Simulation Exercises in your challenges include:

ICND1

  1. Configuring IPv4 Addressing
  2. Configuring IPv6 Addressing
  3. Configure IPv6 Stateless Address Auto Configuration
  4. Configure VLANs
  5. Troubleshoot VLANs
  6. Configure Trunks
  7. Trunk Troubleshooting
  8. Configuring and Verifying Port Security
  9. Configure Inter-VLAN Routing (ROAS)
  10. Inter-VLAN Routing (SVIs)
  11. Configure IPv4 Static Routing
  12. Configuring IPv6 Static Routing
  13. Configure RIPv2
  14. RIPv2 Troubleshooting
  15. DHCP Configuration
  16. NTP Configuration
  17. Configure ACLs
  18. Configure NAT
  19. Configuring Syslog
  20. Configure Device Management
  21. Configure Basic Device Hardening

ICND2

  1. Configure STP
  2. Configure EtherChannels
  3. Configure OSPFv2
  4. Configure OSPFv3
  5. Troubleshooting OSPF
  6. Configure EIGRP for IPv4
  7. Configure EIGRP for IPv6
  8. Troubleshooting EIGRP
  9. Configuring the WAN
  10. Configuring HSRP
  11. Configuring SNMP
  12. Configuring SPAN

Email Address for Lab Delivery


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I have completed the final videos and quizzes for the latest module on BGP I am recording at CBT Nuggets. Here is a recap of the videos so far!

Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) – Basic Operations (Released Jan 2018)

https://www.cbtnuggets.com/it-training/border-gateway-protocol-basic

  1. An Overview of BGP
  2. BGP Message Types
  3. BGP Message Formats
  4. BGP Neighbor States
  5. BGP Path Attributes
  6. The Origin Attribute
  7. The AS_PATH Attribute
  8. The NEXT_HOP Attribute
  9. BGP Weight
  10. BGP Best Path Selection

Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) – Peerings (Released Feb 2018)

https://www.cbtnuggets.com/it-training/border-gateway-protocol-peerings

  1. eBGP Peerings
  2. Cisco eBGP Peering Example
  3. Juniper eBGP Peering Example
  4. iBGP Peerings
  5. Cisco iBGP Peering Example
  6. Juniper iBGP Peering Example
  7. eBGP Multihop
  8. Using BGP Authentication
  9. Misc. Neighbor Options

Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) – Advertising NLRI (Released June 2018)

https://www.cbtnuggets.com/it-training/border-gateway-protocol-advertising-nlri

  1. The Cisco Network Command
  2. Cisco Troubleshooting for NLRI Reachability
  3. Redistributing NLRI in Cisco BGP
  4. Cisco BGP RIB Failures
  5. BGP Synchronization
  6. Juniper NLRI Advertisement
  7. Static Routes with Multihoming
  8. Redistributing NLRI into IGPs
  9. Using iBGP with a Stub AS
  10. Advertising a Default Route
  11. BGP Aggregation

Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) – Cisco Routing Policy Mechanisms (Releasing July 2018)

  1. An Overview of BGP Routing Policy
  2. The BGP Decision Process
  3. A Routing Policy Example
  4. InQ and OutQ
  5. Cisco IOS BGP Processes
  6. Next Hop Tracker, Event, and the Open Processes
  7. Table Versions
  8. Clearing BGP Sessions
  9. Soft Reconfiguration
  10. Route Refresh

OSPF Config and Verify (Network Command) for CCNAs

April 29, 2018 at 4:29 pm

CCNA

In this video, we configure and verify OSPF using the network command. This video is targeted to the CCNA level for Cisco Systems Certification.