Working with Boson NetSim Software for CCENT, CCNA and CCNP

Testing one s knowledge and skills on networking is very difficult to do, unless you are currently working as a computer technician, you manage an internet café business or you own a lot of computers at home. Merely working on two to four computers to practice your networking competencies is not enough, though it may be a good one for starters. It is a good thing that Boson Software, LLC, an industry leader in developing state-of-the-art training solutions is here to assist networking professionals who aspire to be Cisco certified.

Cisco is currently offering these three networking certifications   Cisco Certified Entry Network Professional (CCENT), Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) and Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP). To become any of these, you have to pass a series of certification exams that will measure your knowledge of networking concepts and techniques. Getting CCENT means that you have successfully completed one exam, usually ICND1. Completing both ICND1 and ICND2 exams will grant you the CCNA certification. For CCNP, you have to pass four more exams   BCSI, BCMSN, ISCW and ONT, with CCNA as its prerequisite. For every certification stage that you would like to achieve, there is a Boson NetSim software for you.

The Boson NetSim software can support the knowledge and skills you acquired to pass the Cisco certification that you prefer. Short for Network Simulator, the NetSim software will allow you to design your own network and test it through simulation. This definitely goes beyond the scope of laboratory training courses as NetSim can make you work with 200 network devices. Indeed, the Boson NetSim software is a software breakthrough that IT professionals need to get Cisco certified.