Welcome to Asia’s Biggest Cisco Labs
One of the best platforms for online training institutes is Networkers Home. We have always been renowned for providing top-notch Cisco Certification training. We pledge to provide the best service while utilising the biggest Cisco laboratories in Asia.
Networkers Home provides us with access to the largest Cisco laboratories in Asia. The list of these Cisco laboratories is as follows:
With us, you can access the largest Cisco laboratories. In addition to having the most recent lab technologies, our labs are also up-to-date with current industry requirements.
It makes it easier for students to get their certification without any bother in the modern world where everyone wants to learn via the Internet. You will have unrestricted access to Cisco labs as part of the online training, and our highly qualified instructors will provide you with the necessary support.
We offer both theoretical and practical knowledge for every subject so that students will grasp how the material is applied in the real world. So, with us, you will get proper guidance and can complete certifications from home without any hassle.
Let’s examine each lab for the courses one by one that we have mentioned above.
Cisco CCNA Practie Lab:
At Networkers Home, we are having a virtual lab simulation for CCNA. In the CCNA lab it consists of heavy lab equipment, but in the virtual lab everything is present in online labs. Labs have all the equipment needed virtually.
There are numerous virtual lab simulators and emulators for networking that can be used to gain hands-on experience with routing and switching. All of these tools are used to test networking technologies before deploying them in the real world.
A Few of the common virtual lab simulators include:
Cisco Packet Tracer simulates network toplogies consisting of Cisco switches, firewalls, routers, and many more. The Packet Tracer is a fantastic simulator for anyone working for an entry-level Cisco certification, such as the CCNA or CCNP. It was initially created as teching tool for Cisco’s Networking Academy (better known as NetAcad).
Boson NetSim (Network Simulator) is recognised for its rigorous practise examinations and coursework for Cisco certification exams. Another important Boson product is NetSim, an application that simulates Cisco network switches and routers.
GNS3 Graphical Network Simulator-3 is a network software emulator that emulates the functions of virtual and real devices, which helps to practise complex networks. A simulator is designed to simulate an environment with all of the software configurations and variables that will be present in the actual production environment for an app.
In the CCNA lab, we will learn configuration and troubleshooting of interswitch, LLDP, routing, and subnetting exercises. The CCNA 200-301 labs will teach you about Cisco Packet Tracer software, and you may quickly become comfortable with the Cisco iOS version 15 router and switch commands in the CCNA test with the help of these labs.
Our CCNA labs include the following features:
You can also have access to our special training. Enroll today to receive all these advantages.
Cisco CCNP Practical lab:
The CCNP (Cisco Certified Network Professional) labs are equipped with most recent GNS3 technology in our labs. The CCNP lab exercises include the following:
Here at Networkers Home, we provide both CCNP ENCOR and ENARSI configuration labs. These labs are easily accessible virtually from your house.
Labs for Cisco SD-WAN:
The Cisco SD-WAN course gives students the abilities and information required to set up, manage, configure, and troubleshoot Cisco SD-WAN solutions.
In this course, we will covers the installation of Cisco SD-WAN in single-site and multi-site deployments, initial configuration, ongoing management, and troubleshooting of typical issues.
We provide benefits to candidates that are mentioned below:
The Cisco SD-WAN labs contain a tonne of practical sessions. The topics covered in SD-WAN labs are:
Labs for MPLS, OSPF, BGP, and EIGRP:
We even have the finest laboratory in Asia for practising routing protocols. We will talk about each of these labs to learn more about their features. Let’s start by discussing each of them individually.
MPLS stands for Multi Protocol Label Switching. It is an IP packet routing method that uses labels to route IP packets along paths rather than looking at routers’ sophisticated routing tables. This function aids in speeding up IP packet discovery.
MPLS utilises a router as a forwarding device and a layer 3 service, or Internet Protocol. Because MPLS functions somewhat like a VPN, the traffic of various clients is kept apart from one another.
Additionally, we teach our students how to set up MPLS labs. The Cisco Packet Tracer is frequently used to configure MPLS. Our package includes various of a network simulators for beginners. Of course, as technology improves, we will also improve our lab exercises.
We at Networkers Home do our best to give you access to cutting-edge labs. In a virtual setting, our labs are intended to be the biggest in Asia.
OSPF stands for Open Shortest Path First is a link-state routing protocol based on the Shortest Path First (SPF) algorithm that was created for IP networks. As one of the Interior Gateway Protocols (IGP), or the protocol that tries to move the packet within a huge autonomous system or routing domain, OSPF is designed by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).
OSPF utilises the multicast addresses 22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199 for routine communication and updating the designated router (DR) and backup designated router, respectively (BDR).
We show our students how to set up OSPF on any Cisco device in our OSPF module. To simulate the OSPF virtual labs, we use the Cisco Packet Tracer. The OSPF setting is really easy and straightforward. However, RIP and EIGRP settings are difficult to configure and become a little hassle to configure.
But the only OSPF configuration we ever test is on Cisco hardware. It is crucial to configure OSPF since understanding it is crucial. On your laptop or PC, you can remotely visit our largest OSPF laboratories at your leisure.
BGP stands for Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), and it deals with the concepts of internal BGP (IBGP) and external BGP (EBGP).
Our candidates are taught how to setup BGP labs in Cisco Packet Tracer in this section. The most challenging routing protocol to learn is BGP. So, our goal here is to make it as simple to master as possible.
The BGP lab will teach you how to configure BGP, troubleshoot or resolve BGP issues, modification of BGP, communities, the origin of BGP, and much more. You will be most effective at configuring BGP once you have access to all of these BGP components. The largest BGP labs you will ever work with are here at our facility.
EIGRP stands for Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol. Compared to older network protocols like Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (IGRP) or Broader Gateway Protocol, Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) allows routers to communicate information more quickly (BGP).
In this EIGRP lab you will learn the following:
You are going to be productive configuring EIGRP once you have access to all of these EIGRP components. You can work with the largest lab ever at our center.
FortiGate Firewall Lab:
Networks are protected from internet attacks by Fortinet’s very advanced security firewall, FortiGate. Global corporations entrust FortiGate with safeguarding their infrastructure and networks. Understanding how to install, configure, administer, and troubleshoot FortiGate network firewalls is crucial to preventing cyberattacks.
The fundamentals of firewall usage, including routing, VPNs, user authentication, and firewall policies, will be covered. Students will gain knowledge about web filters and efficient application control to secure their users.
Networkers Home can guide you in succeeding in a variety of network protection courses and offers Advanced Level Certifications for highly qualified Cisco engineers. One of our best-improved training modules is our FortiGate Firewall course, which leaves out all the essential equipment a network security expert should be familiar with.
Anyone interested in learning about the setup and administration of the FortiGate Firewall, or those who are new to network security and want to advance their skill set, can enrol in this course. To take this course, students must have at least CCNP certification. Additionally, it is advised to have a solid understanding of routing ideas, firewall fundamentals, and network and security protocols.
What you will learn in the FortiGate Firewall lab is as follows:
You may learn how to set up a FortiGate firewall from scratch with the helps of our FortiGate Firewall course.
It is essential to have solid practical experience using networking ideas. Everything is made possible by the largest virtual networking laboratory we have. The ability to access our lab from any location while taking any course is its most notable feature.
You have unlimited access to these labs until the end of your course. The largest and best labs in Asia are those of ours. Since we give our learners the most intelligent training available, they are successful wherever they go.
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