Practice Lab: 300-135 Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP Networks (TSHOOT)

Practice Lab
Online Practice Labs, easily accessed from anywhere at any time, are the foundation to practical hands-on skills development enabling users to access real live equipment in a safe test environment.


Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP Networks (TSHOOT) The 300-135 Practice-Lab provides you with Cisco router and switch hardware to gain hands on skills in troubleshooting Cisco and general networking technologies. By completing the lab tasks you will improve your practical troubleshooting skills in routing protocols including EIGRP, OSPF, OSPFv3 and BGP, route redistribution, interface configuration, layer 2 problem solving including VTP, VLANs, trunks and port-channels, access-lists and traffic filters and many more networking technologies. These same tasks will help you understand the objectives and competencies required by the Cisco Certified Network Professional TSHOOT exam.

Learning Objectives

Learning Time: 15 Hours

Troubleshooting and maintenance tools
Troubleshooting PLABS set 1
Troubleshooting PLABS set 2
Troubleshooting PLABS set 3
Troubleshooting PLABS set 4
Troubleshooting PLABS set 5
Troubleshooting PLABS set 6
Troubleshooting PLABS set 7
Troubleshooting PLABS set 8
Troubleshooting PLABS set 9 IPv6
Troubleshooting PLABS set 10 IPv6
Troubleshooting PLABS set 11 IPv6

PlatformOperating SystemBrowser
Chrome 39 Firefox 34 Internet Explorer 10 and 11 Safari 8
PC W7 x86 X X X
W7 x64 X X X
W8.1 x86 X X X
W8.1 x64 X X X
MAC OSX 10.9 X X X
OSX 10.10 X X X
LINUX Linux x86 X X
Linux x64 X X
Surface Pro Windows 8 X X X
PlatformOperating SystemBrowser
Safari 8 Android Chrome 39 Internet Explorer RT Internet Explorer 11
iPad* IOS 8 X X
iPhone 5 or higher* IOS 8 X X
iPhone 4* IOS 7 X X
Android Tablet* 4.0 or higher X X
Android Phone* 4.0 or higher X X
Lumia 920 or higher* Windows Phone 8.1 X
Surface Windows RT X

*Online use only with these devices

Download System Requeriments

  • Win7, Win8.1, Linux 64 bits, MAC OSX 10.9 and 10.10
  • We no longer support XP