Cisco Packet Tracer for Cisco Networking Academy.
Cisco Packet Tracer Mobile is an innovative network simulation and visualization tool. Use Packet Tracer on your mobile device to: prepare for a certification exam, practice what you learn in networking courses, sharpen your networking skills for a job interview, and build Internet of Things simulations. This version is currently compatible with Cisco Packet Tracer 6.3.
For full access to the app, go to Cisco Networking Academy ( https://www.netacad.com/campaign/ptmb-1 ) and sign up for Packet Tracer Mobile 101 (English), a 1.5-hour self-paced tutorial. Your NetAcad login can be used to sign in to Packet Tracer Mobile.
Cisco Networking Academy is an IT skills and career building program for learning institutions and individuals worldwide. Millions of people have joined the Networking Academy and become a force for change in the global economy since 1997.
1. Upgraded engine to Packet Tracer 7
2. Bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Dropbox API v2
When will we be able to utilize drop box to manage our files again. This application hasn’t been updated with the late ask Dropbox API and I’m unable to load a file via Drop box at the moment. Other than that the application functions fairly well on the IPad.
I use the computer application as a tool for the CyberPatriot competitions, so I decided to download the app for some practice away from my computer. I didn’t realize how absolutely awful it would be. The screen was constantly way too zoomed in, the UI was very hard to navigate, and there are a lot of missing features. After about ten minutes I finally found all of the stuff to set up my required PCs for my project, then it wouldn’t let me connect anything because the interface was so huge, that it gave the work field a quarter of my screen, where it needed about half of it to even be able to connect the two computers at a distance where you can tell which is which.
I would just recommend getting the desktop app if you can, because of how much more comprehensive the desktop one is.
I just did my last minute homework!
I didn’t have my hopes up for this app since mobile versions of these kinds of things aren’t the greatest. I left my hard drive back at home during spring break and I had an assignment due tonight. Naturally, I’d download Packet Tracer onto my school computer, but had issues with the disk and didn’t have time to figure it out or wait until after my work shift to redo the assignment (I get off at 11PM and the assignment was due at 11:55PM). I was amazed at how I could still do the things I normally would need to do on desktop. This app is an emergency gem!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.