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Josè A. Beltre, a networking and telecomunications student from Dominican Republic at ITLA - Las Americas Institute of Technolog, shared this Packet Tracert scenario where he implemented the following:

-Vlan Segmentation, Router-on sitck and InterVLAN routing
-Eigrp Routing
-Advanced OSPF Routing with MD5 Autentification
-Protocol Redistribution
-Etherchannel
-Port-Security
-Wireless
-DHCP
-FTP , WEB and DNS servers
-Default Routes
-ISP Simulation
-NAT PAT
-ACL
-SSH
-VLSM addressing

(If you have ‪#‎PacketTracer‬ scenarios to share, send them over to netacadfb@gmail.com with some info and we will share them on this page) - Anastasia at ‪#‎Cisco‬
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Rohullah Azimi, from Peshawer, #Pakistan, is a student at SCITEC, He shared this Packet Tracer scenario utlizing: #RIP, #EIGRP and #OSPF...

(If you have ‪#‎PacketTracer‬ scenarios to share, send them over to netacadfb@gmail.com with some info and we will share them on this page) - Anastasia at ‪#‎Cisco‬
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Maxwell J Ndalama shared this Packet Tracer scenario.

(If you have ‪#‎PacketTracer‬ scenarios to share, send them over to netacadfb@gmail.com with some info and we will share them on this page) -Anastasia at ‪#‎Cisco‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬
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Mauricio Kano shared this Packet Tracer scenario... . He got the CCNA R&S certificate last December and continues to study so he can achieve his CCNP R&S asap.

If you have #PacketTracer scenarios to share, send them over to netacadfb@gmail.com with some info and we will share them on this page) – Anastasia at #Cisco
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A #beforeandafter #cablemanagement photo shared by Basit Shah and his team from Pakistan

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Osmerlyn Perez, from the #DominicanReplublic, is an IT student at the Technological Institute of the Americas. He shared this Packet Tracer scenario which includes the following::

-Routing with EIGRP,static and Rip
-Redistribution of Protocols
-HSRP
-Routing between VLANs
DHCP in multilayer
-Etherchanel layer 2 and 3
-Static an Dinamic NAT with overload
-Spannig Tree-Wireless LAN

(If you have ‪#‎PacketTracer‬ scenarios to share, send them over to netacadfb@gmail.com with some info and we will share them on this page) - Anastasia at ‪#‎Cisco‬
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Love technology? Ready to put your brain and hands to work? Watch and see why the Cisco Networking Academy may be the place for you to get the skills for an amazing ICT #job.
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Jorge Jimenez , a 22 year old student from Costa Rica, is currently studying for his CCNA certification.

He shared this switching scenario where he covered the following topics:

-VLANs
-VTP
-PortSecurity
-STP-PVST+
-PortFast
-BPDUGUARD
-InterVlan Routing (Router on a stick)
-EtherChannel
-VLSM

(If you have ‪#‎PacketTracer‬ scenarios to share, send them over to netacadfb@gmail.com with some info and we will share them on this page) - Anastasia at ‪#‎Cisco‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬
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Deutchi Benjamin shared this Packet Tracer scenario...

(If you have ‪#‎PacketTracer‬ scenarios to share, send them over to netacadfb@gmail.com with some info and we will share them on this page) - Anastasia at ‪#‎Cisco‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬


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