CCNA exam

interceptor_1interceptor_1 Member Posts: 1 ■□□□□□□□□□
Hi all,

I have two question:
1. Is it true that on the CCNA exam signs ? and / does not work?! Or that depends on testing centre?!
2. Does Tab function works with commands in simulation questions on the CCNA exam?!



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    Paul BozPaul Boz Member Posts: 2,620 ■■■■■■■■□□
    It's pretty bad that I don't remember 100%, given that I just took the INTRO exam like a month or two ago, but I'm pretty sure ? works because I know for a fact that I didn't remember a configuration command for something or another and pulled the right answer out from somewhere!

    Oh, TYPE SLOWLY INTO THE SIMULATOR! The stupid things don't buffer fast typing worth a damn and if you type too quickly you'll just end up having to backspace and re-type your commands.
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    PashPash Member Posts: 1,600 ■■■■■□□□□□
    The answer is not known globally im afraid. I think it is to do with the test exam software used at the testing location. During my exam I know both commands worked. However I have heard reports that for others these commands were not valid. Also like Paul boz i have heard reports of slow down on the simulations meaning you have to type slowly and avoid mistakes to avoid wasting time. However, for me there was no problems like this.

    Either way its nothing to panic about, if you know your commands then you will do fine.
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    kenny504kenny504 Users Awaiting Email Confirmation Posts: 237 ■■□□□□□□□□
    Well I've heard this question a bit and personally on my icnd and intro exams i was able to use the "?" and tab functions....

    Your ability to use these functions are entireley dependent on the structure of your question simulations. Some sims gear toward the "know how's" with routing for example "ping across routerA can't reach routerB" In this case you need to know how to quciky isolate the problem and find whats wrong. Here the "?" and tab functions should work fine...another scanario. probably something like...use the appropriate show or/and debug commands to find the problem to a certain issue...then you might be limited as far as using "?" and tab.
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