Monthly Archives: January 2000

Cisco CCENT & CCNA Drag & Drop Exam Samples

Welcome to today’s Cisco CCENT & CCNA exam question tutorial.  As you may know already you can see many different types of questions on the 100-101 or 200-101 Cisco exams ranking from multiple choice, drag and drop, and simulations.  Today we are going to cover what a sample drag and drop question might look like

Free CCNA Study Guides & Study Material

Don’t have the money to drop $60 on a CCNA 200-120 study guide at the book store?  Looking for a free CCENT or CCNA study guide that you can view from anywhere you have Internet access?  Well you are in luck!  We actually have two options for you! Both of these CCNA study guides have

What Does a Router Do? CCNA Exam Prep

As you start to prepare for your Cisco CCENT 100-101 or CCNA exam 200-120, the most important thing you will need to know is what is a router and what do they do.  So as a part of our CCNA Test Question of the Day, we are going to look at Cisco routers and what

Sample CCENT & CCNA Exam Scenario Question

With the recent changes to the CCENT and CCNA exams, Cisco wants to really make sure you understand how to administer a network inside and out.  Gone are the days of simply memorizing answers and CCNA brain dumps.  Besides who really wants to cheat their way to a certification and get on the job and

Review of CCNA Updates

So if you were one of the people who purchased a CCNA study guide for the 640-802 CCNA exam but never got around to seriously studying and taking the exam, we have some suggestions for you.  First you can use a large portion of your existing CCNA study guide.  You just need to strip out

CCNA Certification: Configuring SSH

Welcome again to our Cisco CCNA preparation series. Today, we would like to present you how you can configure and troubleshoot SSH access on your Cisco router. SSH is a protocol used by network administrators to securely configure the routers from remote locations. Back in the days, telnet was used for this operation. However, telnet

Spanning-tree Protocol – STP Part II

Today we are going to continue our CCNA exam topic of Spanning Tree Protocol.   I hope you find this information helpful.  A quick note for just our blog get the first scoop on some new CCNA certification material we are creating.  Check out some of our CCNA videos. Let me know what you think

New Cisco CCNP Exam Update Announced!

As you may have heard, Cisco has recently announced that they will be retiring the current CCNP exam and it will be replaced with a new CCNP Routing & Switching exam.  The current exam consists of the ROUTE 642-902, SWITCH 642-813 and TSHOOT 642-813 exams.  You will be able to take these exams until January

Spanning-tree Protocol – STP – Part I

First of all, we would like to welcome you again to a new article from our Cisco CCNA exam preparation series. Today we will study the Spanning-tree Protocol (STP). Spanning-tree Protocol (STP) is a link-layer protocol. STP allows you to add redundant links to your network and maintain a loop-free topology. In your preparation for

CCNA Concept: Routing Information Protocol (RIP)

In this lesson we will introduce you to further more to Dynamic Routing, as this is a core requirement in your preparation for Cisco’s CCNA exam. Routing Information Protocol (RIP) is the first dynamic routing protocol ever invented and it’s important to understand how it works while learning for your CCNA certification. Routing Information Protocol