200-301 CCNA NetSim Labs


The NetSim Network Simulator provides labs designed to help you achieve the CCNA certification. Each lab is written to help you understand the technologies necessary to pass the Cisco Implementing and Administering Cisco Solutions (200-301 CCNA) certification exam. See the list below for all of the labs included with NetSim for Cisco 200-301 CCNA.

NetSim for Cisco 200-301 CCNA Lab Topics


  • Network Fundamentals
    • Explore Cisco Devices
    • Router Basics
    • Switch Basics
    • Configure a Cisco Device
    • Interpret Interface Errors
    • Configure Global IPv4 Addressing
    • Configure RFC 1918 IPv4 Addressing
    • Subnet an IPv4 Network
    • Configure VLSM on an IPv4 Network
    • Configure IPv6 Address Types
    • Configure IPv6 by Using Modified EUI 64
    • Explore the MAC Address Table
    • Implement IPv4 Addressing
    • Implement IPv6 Addressing
    • Boson CCNA Challenge Lab 1
  • Network Access
    • Explore and Configure Switch Access Ports
    • Explore and Configure Switch Trunk Ports
    • Configure InterVLAN Routing
    • Explore the Native VLAN
    • Configure and Verify VTP
    • Configure and Verify CDP
    • Configure and Verify LLDP
    • Configure Layer 2 EtherChannel LACP
    • Configure Layer 3 EtherChannel LACP and Load Balancing
    • Explore Spanning Tree Protocol Port Roles
    • Explore Spanning Tree Protocol Port States and PortFast
    • Configure a WLAN by Using the WLC GUI
    • Implement InterVLAN Routing
    • Implement CDP and LLDP
    • Implement Rapid-PVST+
    • Boson CCNA Challenge Lab 2
  • IP Connectivity
    • Explore the Routing Table
    • Route Selection by Using Administrative Distance
    • Route Selection by Using Routing Protocol Metric
    • Manually Configure Default Routes on IPv4 Networks
    • Manually Configure Default Routes on IPv6 Networks
    • Manually Configure Network Routes on IPv4 Networks
    • Manually Configure Network Routes on IPv6 Networks
    • Manually Configure Host Routes on IPv4 Networks
    • Manually Configure Host Routes on IPv6 Networks
    • Configure OSPFv2 Adjacencies
    • Configure Point-to-Point OSPFv2
    • Explore OSPFv2 DR and BDR Router Selection
    • Explore and Configure OSPFv2 Router IDs
    • Plan and Configure Single Area OSPF
    • Explore HSRP
    • Explore VRRP
    • Implement Route Selection
    • Implement Static and Default Routes
    • Implement Single-Area OSPFv2
    • Implement HSRP
    • Implement VRRP
    • Troubleshoot an OSPFv2 Configuration
    • Boson CCNA Challenge Lab 3
  • IP Services
    • Configure Static NAT
    • Configure Dynamic NAT
    • Configure PAT
    • Configure an NTP Server
    • Configure an NTP Client
    • Configure and Test a DNS Server
    • Explore Syslog Output
    • Explore and Configure Syslog Levels
    • Configure DHCP for IPv4 Networks
    • Configure DHCP Relay for IPv4 Networks
    • Configure SSH
    • Explore and Configure TFTP
    • Explore and Configure FTP
    • Implement NAT
    • Implement NTP
    • Implement DNS
    • Implement DHCP
    • Implement SSH
    • Boson CCNA Challenge Lab 4
  • Security Fundamentals
    • Configure the Enable Password
    • Configure the Enable Secret Password
    • Configure Local User Accounts
    • Secure the Console and VTY Ports
    • Encrypt Passwords on a Cisco Device
    • Explore Password Complexity
    • Explore and Configure Standard Numbered ACLs
    • Explore and Configure Extended Numbered ACLs
    • Explore and Configure Numbered ACLs
    • Configure Standard Named ACLs
    • Configure Extended Named ACLs
    • Explore and Configure Port Security
    • Explore AAA
    • Implement Passwords
    • Implement Local User Accounts
    • Implement Standard ACLs
    • Implement Extended ACLs
    • Implement Port Security
    • Troubleshoot Port Security
    • Troubleshoot ACLs
    • Troubleshoot ACLs 1- Extended ACLs
    • Troubleshoot ACLs 2 - Standard ACLs
    • Troubleshoot ACLs 3 - Named ACLs
    • Boson CCNA Challenge Lab 5
  • Automation and Programmability
    • Compare a Traditional Network to a Controller-Based Network
    • Explore HTTP Server Verbs
    • Submit and Explore Ansible, Chef, and Puppet Queries
    • Obtain and Interpret JSON Output