Important Links & Documents

CCNA R&S Lab Setup Instructions

This Link provides a brief document that includes some basic Setup Instructions for our CCNA R&S Labs.

Although it is not a step-by-step guide, it does include an overview of the most important concepts required to setup a CCNA Home Lab Kit, such as: Network Topology, WAN Ports/Serial Interfaces, Frame Relay Configuration, etc.

Use this Link or click above to download this document.

 

CCNP R&S Certification version 7.0

The CCNP R&S Certification requires passing 3 Exams:

- ROUTE (300-101)
- SWITCH (300-115)
- TSHOOT (300-135)

(Please click on these links to get a Blueprint of each Exam).

Our CCNP Lab kits are designed to cover all Exam Topics!

The Lab Exercises for these Exams are based on the Topology used in the new CCNP Official Cert Guide Library:

- CCNP R&S ROUTE Exam 300-101 Official Cert Guide
- CCNP R&S SWITCH Exam 300-115 Official Cert Guide
- CCNP R&S TSHOOT Exam 300-135 Official Cert Guide

Sample chapters of the CCNP Official Cert Guide Library

 

CCIE R&S Certification version 5.1

The CCIE R&S Certification Exams are now in version 5.1 (active since July 25, 2016).

This Certification requires passing 2 Exams:

- CCIE R&S Written Exam (400-101)
- CCIE R&S Lab Exam (no Code available)

The following Link provides the Blueprint for Exam version 5.1:

- CCIE R&S Written Exam Version 5.1 (active since 07/25/16)

For a detailed Blueprint of the CCIE R&S version 5.0 Lab Exam, please click on the following Link:

Expanded Blueprint of the CCIE R&S V5.0 Lab Exam

 

How does a Terminal Server work?

In case you are not familiar with Terminal Servers, this document provides a quick overview of this important device (TS) and explains how you can benefit from having one in your Lab!

In general terms, a Terminal Server is a device that allows you to access multiple devices from a single point! That way you won’t have to keep switching Console cables to access each individual device.

Instead, you simply switch between Terminal Server Lines by pressing a special combination of keyboard keys: 'Ctrl+Shift+6' (all 3 keys at the same time) and then 'X'

For more specific instructions, please check out the following document: Configuring a Cisco Terminal Server

 

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