Cisco Packet Tracer Tips | Free CCNA 200-301 Course | Video #11

These tips can really help you when using Cisco Packet Tracer to study for your CCNA exam.
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Why does Packet Tracer display the message: “The maximum number of events has been reached. You may clear the event list and continue from where you left off or adjust the filters to view previous events”? In this video I’ll show you how to solve that problem and also show you some additional Packet Tracer tips.

This is video #11 of my FREE CCNA Course 200-301 – a complete CCNA course for the new Cisco CCNA exam. I am going to be covering all the topics in the exam blueprint in this course.

I want to make this content practical and it will include a lots of labs and demonstrations to help you better understand topics on the exam.

The course will contain:
– Videos
– Labs using Cisco Packet Tracer
– Quiz Questions
– And more!

Overview: 0:00
Cisco course overview: 0:30
Big TIP – buffer filtered events only: 2:08
Interface tips and tricks: 2:35
Devices in Packet Tracer: 3:11
Build a topology: 3:39
Simulation mode tips – only select specific protocols: 6:56
Summary of tips: 10:27
Thank you to my supporters: 11:21

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Léa LOPEZ, Telecom System Administrator, Ambala College of Engineering and Applied Research, Ambala (INDIA)

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