NetSim 8.0 Screenshots
NetSim 8.0 is an application that allows you to practice tasks that are performed by using the Cisco command line interface (CLI) without the need to purchase the equipment.
NetSim 8.0 includes multiple features, shown below on this page, that will enable you to make the most of your study time.
Please download a demo
version of NetSim 8.0 and evaluate the software at your convenience.
Accessing device consoles via Telnet mode allows you to view more than one device console at a time. This feature allows you to move Telnet session windows onto a second monitor so that you can optimize your desktop real estate.
One benefit of this feature is that you can view changes that affect neighboring devices as they occur. For example, when you issue commands that bring an interface UP/UP in the active Telnet session and that affect a neighbor interface, you can watch the neighbor interface change state to UP/UP if configured correctly.
Console mode allows you to quickly navigate between devices without using stacked windows. You can view the consoles of previously accessed devices by using the tabs provided for each device. The lab document is displayed at the top of the screen and does not become hidden when you change between device consoles. Additionally, you can view the lab document in a separate window by clicking Lab Text > Launch External Viewer
Network Navigation Using the
You can quickly view and access the devices used in the labs from the NetMap tab. Additionally, you can display the active connections, the connection types, and the device model. You can also right-click on a device in the topology to access the console of the selected device.
You can create custom labs with NetSim 8.0 for personal use or to share with other NetSim 8.0 users. The Lab Compiler allows you to combine a custom topology, lab documentation, loading configurations and grading configurations into a single file that can be exported.
For more information about this process, read more about the NetSim 8.0 Lab Compiler
You can design your own simulated network topologies by using the Network Designer. The Network Designer is accessed by clicking Navigation
on the NetMap tab
. You can then add up to 200 devices to your simulated network.
Please read the NetSim 8.0 User Manual
for more information.
Security Device Manager (SDM)
The Cisco SDM is used in several of the NetSim 8.0 supplemental labs. However, SDM cannot be configured for custom labs. More information
about SDM is available from Cisco.com.
NetSim 8.0 Search Feature
You can view all available NetSim 8.0 labs, search for labs using keywords or search for a specific curriculum. The search feature looks at the lab name and description and returns labs that match your search criteria.