The Network Simulator software is a software tool that enables candidates to work on Cisco® router and switches in a stand alone virtual lab environment. Several labs have been made available for practice in the lab manual. Both Command Line Interface (CLI) mode and Graphical User Interface (GUI) mode are available. It provides a simulated environment, where you can configure… Read more »
Simexams.com, a leading white label exam software developer, recently updated its software to enable organizational installations. Now it is possible to run the software from withing your intranet without having to host it on simexams.com server. An organizational license enables you to install the server component on your own server and host exams for candidates. All other features of the… Read more »
Happy to announce that our website certexams.com has been converted to https protocol recently. Though it has been delayed due to several technical reasons, the site has now been converted entirely to HTTPS. What it means to a site visitor? There are several advantages to the visitors including: Secure content delivery to the user: No one will be able to… Read more »
Before we begin our main topic of discussion we will remember the changes taking place in the ccna 200-125 routing and switching exam after 23 february 2020. If you just started working for the current ccna certification, go ahead. You have until 23 feb 2020 to complete your current ccna. The new ccna 200-301 will go live on 24 feb… Read more »
Certexams.com, a leading network simulator website and providing real time labs, has been converted to responsive web site. The responsive design allows unified approach to web design for different plat forms, including Windows desktops, android mobiles, and iOS iphones and tablets. By using responsive page design, the web page renders properly on both desktop and mobile devices by adjusting the… Read more »
An IPv6 address consists of 128 bits and includes bits to be used for subnetting. The first half of the subnet (64 bits) consists of routing prefix (48 bits) and subnet ID (16 bits) and the second half of the address (64 bits) is used for hosts only. This is in contrast with the IPv4 network, wherein the host bits… Read more »
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