Packet tracer online labs provide a variety of lab exercises that run on the Packet Tracer software. With our labs, you can practice as well as prepare for your Cisco certifications quite easily.

Packet Tracer is an amazing software in terms of what it allows us to do. It helps us to configure routers, switches and build network topologies quite conveniently using the simulated command-line interface, so it is a must-have tool when preparing for the Cisco certification exam. Even if you want to prepare for any other IT networking exam, you can still practice building labs with different network topologies and configure all types of network devices in a Packet Tracer.

Another unique feature that Packet Tracer provides is that it lets us trace different types of packets while they travel in the network. This functionality offers a very important element when troubleshooting for any issues because as we trace the packets in a simulation mode, we can see exactly how the traffic is moving i.e. ascertain where the packets are getting dropped. In it, we can also see that how each kind of packet moves and how the traffic is generated by different types of network devices in the operational network.

In the simulation mode, packet tracer also acts as the packet sniffer so we can check what information is included in the packet. This feature is very useful for deeper analysis and advanced troubleshooting of network issues.

A Cisco certification exam consists of a variety of networking questionnaires that examinees are required to answer correctly. So, to pass the exam, it is essential to have a good understanding of the entire networking terminology and devices. In essence, you need the expertise on how to configure and troubleshoot Cisco devices for various issues.

A CCNA exam also includes some tricky questions in which examinees have to troubleshoot the issues after looking at the given configuration. So if your concepts are not clear then it becomes very difficult to understand the question let alone troubleshooting the issues to be able to answer such questions correctly. And as a result, you may use up a lot of your time in attempting those questions. This could seriously impact the overall time management skills that you plan for your Cisco examination. As important as it sounds, proper utilization of your time is necessary to attempt all the questions and to finish your exam on time. Hence, it is best to practice for your exam in advance; and train as much as possible using practice questions and practical labs. Then, when you clear all your concepts and feel confident about yourself you can finalize your exam date.

When you will use the labs from our website to practice and prepare for your Cisco exam, it will help you strengthen all essential networking concepts that are required to successfully pass your Cisco certification. It will increase your self-confidence in addition to the training you receive.

To begin your preparation, you are required to have Packet Tracer software installed on your system to run these labs. You can download Packet Tracer from Cisco’s official website. And once it is up and running, you can start configuring Cisco devices and create network topologies in your computer using the Packet Tracer software.

We have designed these labs from beginner to intermediate and advanced levels; we would also continue to add more labs from time to time as needed.


Basic Packet Tracer Labs

Router Labs

Setting up router name and passwords

Basic router configuration

Switch Labs

Switch configuration

Speed and Duplex

Spanning tree protocol

Telnet Labs

Setting up telnet, MOTD banner, etc

Test telnet connection

Security Labs

Cisco Password Encryption

Cisco port security

Static Routing Labs

Static Route

Default Route

RIP Protocol Labs

Rip Configuration


Router On A Stick

NAT Labs


Dynamic NAT

Static NAT

WAN Connection Labs

Serial connection

PPP encapsulation

CDP Labs

CDP Protocol