SimulationExams.com Releases CCNA Exam Cram
SimulationExams.com, a leading practice tests provider, released CCNA exam cram, conforming to the latest exam topics.
October 23, 2017 (FPRC) -- SimulationExams.com released recently, CCNA Exam Cram notes for CCNA preparation. The exam cram complements the practice tests already provided by SimulationExams.com for passing CCNA exam. The exam cram notes covers important topics such as TCP/IP & OSI model, Sub-netting using IPv4, IPv6 networking, Access Control Lists (ACLs), Routing protocols such as RIPv2, OSPF v3, OSPF v3 for IPv6, EIGRP for IPv4 and IPv6, and BGP. Newer topics such as AAA, cloud services, multilater switching, network time protocol (NTP), Site to Site and Remote to Hub secure trunking have also been covered.
Additionally, scenario based questions have been provided for in-depth understanding of the subject, which is very much necessary for passing CCNA exam. Network diagrams and examples have been provided wherever necessary for better understanding of the concepts.
The exam cram notes is available in pdf (portable document format), which is the most widely used document format in the world. Other cram notes available include CCENT (Cisco Ceretified Entry Network Technician) and ICND2 (200-105).
About CCNA: CCNA, short for Cisco Certified Network Associate, is the worlds most popular certification in the area of computer networking, whethher it be Local Area networks (LANs), Campus networks, Metro Ethernet, or Wide Area Networks (WANs). The certification has been maintaining its leading edge by keeping in line with the technological developments happening from time to time. The most recent update has and exam number 200-125. There is a two path exam stream for CCNA. One can obtain CCNA by passing the 200-125 exam or by passing 100-105 (CCENT) exam AND 299-205 (ICND2) exam.
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