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    Default I want CCNA complex practice lab.

    Can you tell me where can I practice each topic deeply?
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    Are you using gns3?
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    You should be able to find some cheap routers and switches on eBay.

    Make sure you have the theoretical portions down. I only had 2 simulation questions on both my exams, and a handful of practical questions, but plenty of theory questions. I had practical down pat, having worked on production switches and plenty of PacketTracer exercises. I failed the first time. For the second attempt I studied more in depth theory, and as before the exam asked many theory questions, and this time I passed.


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    The most cost effective solution is GNS3 and/or PacketTracer. However, some people prefer using physical devices purchased online as LordQarlyn suggested.
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    I like to have the physical hardware. Its good to have experience looking at the hardware and knowing where to put what. You never know when one of your interview questions will be "can you talk a customer through the hook up of a router or switch over the phone"?
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    i like boson netsim it has some good labs
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