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New Practice Tests Out!

We are thrilled to announce the release of our new practice tests for four certifications of the Associate level of Cisco certifications: CCNA Security, CCNA Wireless, CCNA Cloud and CCDA. For this purpose, we have designed more than 700 new questions covering the topics of the four mentioned Cisco tests!

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Server has a weak ephemeral Diffie-Hellman public key

If you have Google Chrome auto-updating enabled, you are already running version ≥45. Together with that you will not be able to access older Cisco devices and products, running outdated security code.

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Windows XP Mode on VMware Player and Windows 8.1

We are using Windows XP Mode a lot for our voice labs when we need additional either Cisco IP Communicator or VTGO IP Blue. It looks like we will be able to use this old OS for our dirty tests until 2020 with the end of Windows 7. But what about the newer operating systems from Microsoft? Can you still use XP Mode on Windows 8 or 8.1? Find out more in the following article.

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Ask Me Anything - Discussing Questions From the Tests

Recently we got a feedback regarding one particular question and we decided to start this discussion where we are going to analyse those problematic for you questions. We are not going to give you the answers just like that. Instead, we will simulate the case if it is possible or will give you a link to the theory that explains that particular topic.

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What To Do After Getting your CCNA Certification

First of all make sure that you finished at least the first courses from this site and successfully passed the exams. Now, in order to be true professional, very often networking is not enough. In the perfect world the network engineers will deal only with Layer 1 through Layer 4 in the OSI model.

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Updated Practice Test Engine and CCNA Security Announced

Here it is our first article in our brand new Blog section. We are so excited to start this new adventure. To be honest the moment is a little bit awkward for us because we have to express ourselves in a little bit more informal way, which is something we are not familiar with. Because this is a blog, where we know or at least we hope to meet you more often and to discuss things which are touching our training materials or other interesting topics related to the main topic or our website.

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