Jump to content


Cisco packet Tracer 5.0 Tutorial Examples

No replies to this topic

#1 CompJunkie


    TE Microsoft & CompTIA

  • Technical Expert
  • PipPipPip
  • 383 posts
  • 4604 thanks
  • LocationUSA

Posted 28 October 2010 - 12:58 PM

Posted Image

Packet Tracer 5.0 is the latest version of Cisco Networking Academy’s comprehensive networking technology teaching and learning software. Innovative features of Packet Tracer 5.0, including powerful simulation, visualization, authoring, assessment, and collaboration capabilities, will help students and teachers collaborate, solve problems, and learn concepts in an engaging and dynamic social environment.Packet Tracer makes both teaching and learning easier - instructors and students can create their own virtual “network worlds” for exploration, experimentation, and explanation of networking concepts and technologies. * Instructors can demonstrate technologies and configurations using Packet Tracer to teach complex CCNA-level networking concepts, making it extremely useful for lectures, group and individual labs, assessments, troubleshooting and modeling tasks, homework, games, and competitions. [Free image hosting powered by xs.to] [Free image hosting powered by xs.to]
* Students can design, configure and troubleshoot networks using Packet Tracer’s versatile simulation and visualization environment, which also provides the opportunity and flexibility for additional practice outside of the classroom environment.Packet Tracer supplements classroom equipment and provides students complementary learning opportunities that are not physically possible to create in the classroom or lab. In addition, Packet Tracer supplements the CCNA curricula and Packet Tracer activities are integrated throughout both CCNA Discovery and CCNA Exploration to provide rich networking technology learning experiences.Packet Tracer 5.0 offers a unique combination of realistic simulation and visualization experiences, complex assessment and activity authoring capabilities, and opportunities for multiuser collaboration and competition, and is available free of charge to all Networking Academy instructors, students, and alumni.                                                                                            

Posted Image


"Just because something doesn’t do what you planned it to do doesn’t mean it’s useless"

A+/Core 220-601 & Tech OS 220-602 - 2002| Security+ SY0-201 - 2009| Network+ N10-003 - 2009| CNST - 2009| MCP-70-291 - 2010 | MCSA-2003 70-290 / 70-270|

MCTS-2008 70-648 | MCITP-2008 70-646 | CCNA 640-802 - 2012 | MCSA-2012 70-417 - 2014 | MCSE 70-416 - 2014 | 70-415 - 2014 | ITIL Foundation - 2016 |  CISSP Pending

Thanked by 3 Members:
Pleroo , maged3d , carnivore69us

0 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users




Test Providers

Site Info

Go to top