Packet tracer labs provide a variety of lab exercises to run on Packet Tracer with which you can both practice and prepare for your Cisco certifications.

Cisco certification exams include a variety of questionnaires that you would be required to answer. So, to pass the exam it is important for you to have a good understanding of all networking devices. You should have the expertise on how to configure and troubleshoot Cisco devices for various issues.

CCNA exam includes several tricky questions in which the students have to understand and troubleshoot the issue while looking at the configuration. And if your concepts are not clear then it becomes extremely difficult to troubleshoot the issue in order to answer those questions. As a result, you may consume a large amount of your time attempting those questions, which could even impact your overall time management plan in a Cisco exam, as the proper utilization of your time is necessary to attempt all questions and finish the examination on time.  Hence, it is best to prepare for the exam as much as you can and clear your concepts with the best of your ability before finalizing your exam date.

Practicing our labs would help you consolidate essential networking concepts required to pass Cisco certifications. Additionally, you will get the confidence and training as needed.

Needless to say, you should have Packet Tracer installed on you system to be used for these labs. You can download Packet Tracer from Cisco’s official website. Once it is up and running, you can start configuring the Cisco devices and create network topologies in your Packet Tracer software.

We have provided some basic labs to start with and would continue to add more advanced labs from time to time.

Basic Packet Tracer Labs

Setting up router name and passwords

Setting up telnet, MOTD banner, etc

Test telnet connection

Cisco Password Encryption

Switch configuration

Basic router configuration

Speed and Duplex

Cisco port security

Static Route

Default Route

Rip Configuration

Router On A Stick

Spanning tree protocol


Dynamic NAT

Static NAT

Serial connection

PPP encapsulation

CDP Protocol