COMPTIA Network+ Practice Tests With Labsim

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Network+ exam simulator consists of 500+ questions with Flash cards. Question types including multiple choice, true/false, fill-in-the-blanks, drag-n-drop, simulator.

Important features of the Exam Simulator:
  • Up to date practice questions from latest exam objectives N10-008 with detailed explanations.
  • Verify for any product updates.
  • Store and view results at a later date, or review answers.
  • Integrated Test Environment that allows for installed/available test modules.
  • Supports several question types including multiple choice, true/false, fill-in-the-blanks, drag-n-drop, etc. that provide close to actual exam environment.
  • Flash cards.

Lab Simulator for Network+ Features :
  • Lab exercises -currently 70+ labs are included with scenario type labs for NAT, OSPF, EIGRP, Access Lists, and others.
  • Workstation, Server, Access Point, Router and Switch (IOS) network simulator.
  • Configure Wireless Access Point, DHCP Server, and Switches.
  • Detailed help files that provide step by step instructions on using the simulator have been provided.
  • The demo version is limited to a fewer labs, and upto global configuration mode is supported in demo version.
  • Supports short form commands, and tab in IOS simulator.
  • GUI based device configuration.
  • Detailed Lab Manual provided.

Several new features such as
  • Ability to enable/disable navigation buttons
  • Administrator login for lab profiles configuration
  • Saving and reloading half completed labs
  • Resetting individual and all labs to default
  • Marking not attempted, not completed , completed labs in different color for easy identification.
  • Bookmarking individual labs.
  • Bookmarking all labs under selected section
  • Take Backup/Restore of lab progress.

The demo software has all the features of the full version, but limited to a few number of labs. Full version may be activated online using the link below:

Also check this for: A+ Exam Simulator with Labsim


Which remote access technology method/tool is commonly used to remotely access and control a computer running on a different network?


Answer: C) VNC

Explanation: VNC (Virtual Network Computing) is a remote access technology that allows a user to remotely access and control a computer running on a different network. It works by transmitting desktop image updates from the remote computer to the local one, and transmitting mouse and keyboard events from the local computer to the remote one. RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) is also a remote access technology, but it is primarily used to connect to and control Windows servers and desktops. VPN (Virtual Private Network) is a secure tunnel between two networks, allowing remote access to network resources. SSH (Secure Shell) is a secure network protocol used to remotely access and control a command-line interface on a remote computer.


Routers - Control and forwarding planes
The control plane and forwarding plane are two distinct functional components of a network device, such as a router or switch.

The control plane is responsible for managing the network's routing and forwarding tables, determining the best path for incoming data, and managing the device's configuration and behavior. This includes tasks such as running routing protocols, processing firewall policies, and performing other control-plane functions.

The forwarding plane is responsible for forwarding data packets between network interfaces based on the information in the routing and forwarding tables. This includes tasks such as forwarding packets based on their destination addresses, applying Quality of Service (QoS) policies, and performing other data-plane functions.

The separation of the control and forwarding planes allows network devices to perform these functions independently and in parallel, providing efficient and scalable operation. This also allows the control plane to be isolated from the forwarding plane, improving security and resilience against attacks on the network.


USB C vs. Micro USB

USB-C and Micro USB are two different types of USB connectors that are commonly used in electronic devices.

USB-C is the newer and more advanced connector type, which is designed to replace all previous USB standards. It has a small, reversible connector that allows for high-speed data transfer and fast charging. USB-C can deliver up to 100W of power and supports a wide range of protocols including Thunderbolt, DisplayPort, and HDMI.

On the other hand, Micro USB is an older and more commonly used connector type that is found on many Android smartphones, tablets, and other electronic devices. It has a small, rectangular connector that is not reversible, and it supports lower speeds of data transfer and power delivery. Micro USB supports up to 15W of power and is typically used for charging and syncing data between devices.

Overall, USB-C is a more advanced and versatile connector that is becoming increasingly popular, especially in newer devices. It offers faster data transfer speeds, faster charging, and a wider range of connectivity options. However, Micro USB is still widely used and is more affordable than USB-C, making it a popular choice for budget devices.micro-USB-to-TypeA.jpg51dJ5HacFkL._AC_SL1000_.jpg