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Cisco CCST Networking Labs

The Cisco CCST Networking certification is new to Cisco and aimed at those seeking entry-level roles in a networking environment.

Much of the CCST Networking exam involves having skills you can use in the real world. We walk you through every aspect of the syllabus, explaining the tools you can use and how to configure them.

101 Labs – Cisco CCST Networking has been created for the latest exam syllabus.

Cisco CCST Networking Labs

We take you by the hand and guide you through the Cisco CCST Networking exam syllabus topics. There is more than $400 worth of practice exams included guaranteeing your success come exam day.

The CCST Networking exam features both hands-on, performance-based questions and multiple-choice questions. You must know both theory and practical application. For the role, you must not only proactively capture traffic using tools such as Wireshark but also have a good working knowledge of common TCP protocols such as HTTP and DNS.

You will need to understand common troubleshooting commands for Linux and Cisco devices as well as demonstrate knowledge of troubleshooting techniques.

Operating systems tested include Microsoft, Linux, MacOS, and Android. It’s all hands-on, so if you want to learn the theory, please check out our sister website for the CCST Networking theory course.

Follow along every step of the way as our expert instructor shares tips and secrets you can use not only to pass the exam but to succeed in the real world of internetworking.

Take this course if you:

  • Want to lay a foundation for a career in networking
  • Are new to the world of IT and want to learn all the basics
  • Don’t feel ready for advanced exams such as CCNA
  • Want an understanding of security, troubleshooting tools, and technology
  • Want to gain confidence in your hands-on IT skills
  • Want to gain an edge in your CCST exam
Module 1 Standards and Concepts
Unit 1 View the OSI Layers  
Unit 2 View the OSI Layers - Wireshark  
Unit 3 See Layer 2 Address Change per Hop  
Unit 4 Install and Use iPerf  
Unit 5 Testing Using iPerf  
Unit 6 Create Simple LAN  
Unit 7 Create Simple WAN  
Unit 8 Create a Simple CAN  
Unit 9 Design a PAN  
Unit 10 Create a WLAN  
Unit 11 FTP  
Unit 12 SFTP  
Unit 13 TFTP  
Unit 14 HTTP  
Unit 15 HTTPS  
Unit 16 DNS  
Unit 17 DHCP  
Unit 18 ICMP  
Unit 19 NTP  
Unit 20 Latency  
Unit 21 Speed Test  
Module 2 Addressing and Subnet Formats
Unit 1 Check Your Public IP Address  
Unit 2 Using a Subnet Calculator  
Unit 3 Different Types of IPv6 Addresses  
Unit 4 Create an IPv6 Network  
Unit 5 IPv6 Auto Addressing  
Unit 6 Static NAT  
Unit 7 Dynamic NAT  
Unit 8 Port Address Translation  
Unit 9 Broadcast Domain  
Module 3 Endpoints and Media Types
Unit 1 Cable Types  
Unit 2 Create IoT Network  
Unit 3 Network Connectivity on Windows  
Unit 4 Network Connectivity on Linux  
Unit 5 Network Connectivity on macOS  
Unit 6 Connecting to a SSID  
Unit 7 Network Related Troubleshooting Commands  
Unit 8 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wireless Interfaces  
Unit 9 Connecting Wired and Wireless LAN  
Unit 10 Network Connectivity on Android OS  
Module 4 Infrastructure
Unit 1 Link Light Color and Status  
Unit 2 Design and Build a Network  
Unit 3 Exploring Network Devices Ports  
Unit 4 Default Gateway  
Unit 5 L2 Networking  
Unit 6 L3 Networking  
Unit 7 Local vs Remote Network  
Unit 8 Power over Ethernet  
Unit 9 Default Route  
Unit 10 Static Routing  
Unit 11 Dynamic Routing  
Unit 12 Packet Capture with Wireshark  
Unit 13 Applying Filters to PACP File  
Unit 14 Using ipconfig  
Unit 15 Using ip  
Module 5 Diagnosing Problems
There are no units in this module.
Module 6 Security
There are no units in this module.
Module 7 Exams
Unit 1 Exam 1  
Unit 2 Exam 2  
Unit 3 Exam 3  
Unit 4 Exam 4