NEWS & EVENTS
Thank you for choosing NETLAB+ to support your educational programs. We are pleased to make you aware of a new addition to our supported topologies for NETLAB+ VE, the release of the Cisco Packet Tracer – v8 Pod.
The Cisco Packet Tracer – v8 Pod provides access to Packet Tracer Workbench. Cisco Packet Tracer is an excellent tool for building the skill sets needed for programming and configuring Cisco routers, switches, and access points. Using NETLAB+, users can access and use Packet Tracer remotely, eliminating the need for learners to install Packet Tracer on their individual devices.
See information on installing the Cisco Packet Tracer – v8 Pod.
See the Packet Tracer 8 page for documentation resources to guide you in setting up a course in Cisco Netacad, instructions on scheduling a lab session, and guidance on accessing Packet Tracer Workbench from a lab session.
NDG is pleased to announce the following addition to our supported curriculum content options for NETLAB+ VE.
NDG Ethical Hacking (Series-2) v2 – NDG Ethical Hacking v2, developed by NDG, focuses on one of the most challenging sectors of cybersecurity. This series of labs is designed to provide hands-on experience conducting a variety of ethical hacking practices. These skills can help prepare trainees for a variety of IT positions, including: Cybersecurity Analyst, Penetration Tester, Ethical Hacker-Security Engineer, IT Security Specialist, Cybersecurity Engineer, and Information Security Engineer. See additional information on the NDG Ethical Hacking v2 Series-1 (previously released) and Series-2 labs.
NDG Ethical Hacking v2 (Series-1 and Series-2) labs are supported in NETLAB+ using the NDG Ethical Hacking v2 Pod. Series-2 labs make use of a WinOS VM; a WinOS VM is not necessary to perform the Series-1 labs. The topology may be configured with or without a WinOS VM, depending on whether you plan to use the Series-2 labs. See the NDG Ethical Hacking v2 Pod page and the release notes for details.
NDG is pleased to announce the following lab library has been added to our supported curriculum content options for NETLAB+ VE.
Introduction to Software-Defined Networking – New Labs Now Available
The Introduction to SDN labs provide a hands-on introduction to Software-Defined Networking (SDN), a networking paradigm that overcomes several limitations of traditional network infrastructure.
The development of this lab series was supported with funding from the National Science Foundation Award 1829698 “CyberTraining CIP: Cyberinfrastructure Expertise on High-throughput Networks for Big Science Data Transfers” at the University of South Carolina (UofSC).