CCNA Certification Training

CCNA exam has a pass score of 82% and an average fail rate of 80%. Why do so many fail the exam and have to attempt it multiple times? The improved training options available here are designed to get you ready for CCNA certification in less time and more cost effectively. The exam becomes nothing more than a test run if you are not prepared.

Training Approach

There is a customized step-by-step approach that goes well beyond a single book or a video course. The strategy employs study guide, top-notch lab training, last mile review and practice tests. It is all designed to take you from step 1 to exam day. Test-taking skills are included to help you hit the ground running.

CCNA Study Guide

How do you remember what was learned from courses and videos or identify what is more relevant from less relevant? There is a crazy amount of information to learn for CCNA certification based on seven knowledge domains and 100+ topics. Your time is valuable and there is already enough to learn.

CiscoNet Solutions top-rated study guide is designed as a complete certification course with seven instructional modules. You will learn all CCNA fundamentals in less time than standard books.

  • Top-Rated CCNA Study Guide
  • Prepare for Exams in Less Time
  • ICND1, ICND2, CCNA 200-125
  • Seven Instructional Modules
  • Network Protocol Operation
  • Troubleshooting Questions
  • CCNA Test Recommendations

New and updated topics include IPv6 addressing, MPLS, MLPPP, PPPoE, GRE, QoS and eBGP. In addition there is coverage of switch stacking, cloud services, virtualization, firewalls, wireless, SDN, 802.1x, APIC-EM and DHCP snooping. It is all designed to prepare you for passing the CCNA certification exam.

Configuration Labs

CCNA lab questions are worth approximately 40% of all exam points and the primary reason why most fail. Start your lab training with a configuration guide based on all CCNA topics. The lab guide will step you through all CCNA configuration topics from global commands to more complex routing and switching topologies. Learn how to configure network devices first before proceeding onto troubleshooting labs.

Configuration Labs
Troubleshooting Labs
Simulation Labs

Troubleshooting Labs

You will learn standard techniques for troubleshooting that are required for passing the CCNA exam. Learn root cause analysis techniques to identify and resolve network problems with troubleshooting labs.

Apply the correct IOS commands to verify operation and confirm that network connectivity is restored. The answer key describes step-by-step how to read configuration scripts, troubleshoot systems and resolve errors for all CCNA topics. The workbook is portable to Cisco physical equipment and GNS3.

Simulation Labs

Simulation questions require you to troubleshoot problems associated with a network topology. There are anywhere from 3-6 simulations per exam and several multiple choice questions for each simulation. Most CCNA labs are based on troubleshooting multiple network topologies.

Some other labs questions could ask you to configure network devices based on a list of requirements. There are operational labs as well that ask you to report on how a device is configured or verify operational status with show commands.

Last Mile Review

Consolidate all of your training with exam study notes for your last mile review. There is a lot to remember and not everything is as relevant. You want to hit the ground running and not waste time during the exam.

  • Network Fundamentals
  • LAN Switching Technologies
  • Routing Technologies
  • WAN Technologies
  • Infrastructure Services
  • Infrastructure Security
  • Infrastructure Management

CCNA Whiteboard Notes are available here for quick review days before going into the exam and can improve your performance significantly.

The study tool is designed for quick summary of protocol operation, concepts, features, addressing, design rules and configuration. There is a systems troubleshooting section as well with root cause analysis for common network problems. It is difficult to adequately summarize key information from months of course training and books. The exam review is made easier to refresh your knowledge and hit the ground running.

  • CCNA Whiteboard Study Tool
  • Protocol Operation and Design Rules
  • Concepts and Key Points
  • Common Root Cause Lists
  • Simulation Questions Approach
  • CCNA Last Mile Exam Review
  • IOS Configuration Reference
  • CCNA Show Commands

CCNA Practice Tests

The purpose of any well designed practice test is to verify your knowledge and exam readiness. Each test should use same pattern as the CCNA exam with topics, percentage, scoring, duration and number of questions.

Practice tests are essential and when designed properly should verify what you have learned and whether you are ready for the exam. They are well worth the cost. You go into an exam that costs USD 325.00 and do not know if you are ready for it.

Test-Taking Skills

Learn test-taking skills to avoid common mistakes and improve your score on the CCNA exam. I have read comments where candidates have clicked Next on a SIM lab question not knowing it submits an answer with no navigation to a previous lab question. CCNA exam does not permit any end of test review.