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Practice TSHOOT Tickets with Packet Tracer & EVE-NG

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Special thanks to Buddy who sent us these files. Please say thanks to him. Now you can practice most TSHOOT Tickets with Packet Tracer v6.1. Please download all the tickets in one file here: https://www.networktut.com/download/Cisco_PT_6_1_TSHOOT_Package.zip. All the guides were included in that file.

Note: Please use at least the final Packet Tracer v6.1 (STUDENT Release) or above to open them. Below is a screenshot of the pkt files:


From Buddy:

Please notice: It’s mainly all the Packet Tracer TSHOOT L2 based trouble tickets, that needs to be reconfigured with STATIC IP addresses at the PC Clients by today

Thus when reconfiguring the two PC Clients with static IP addresses, please remember to also EXCLUDE the two Client IP addresses (.3 and .4) within the DHCP Pool at DHCP Server R4, at the same time.


Special thanks to Marcus for creating the TSHOOT topology with EVE-NG network emulator (currently this is one topology file with working configuration, not the tickets). You can download this file here: https://www.networktut.com/download/TShoot_300-135-TT_EVE-NG.zip. Below is screenshot of the EVE-NG file:


+ EVE-NG emulator must be installed to open this file.
+ This file uses these IOL images (but you may use other IOL images):
 – i86bi_LinuxL2-AdvEnterpriseK9-M_152_May_2018.bin
 – i86bi_LinuxL3-AdvEnterpriseK9-M2_157_3_May_2018.bin
+ Importing steps:
1. click ACTIONS/Import external labs
2. select target lab but don’t unzip it then import
3. BEFORE starting any nodes on ASW1,ASW2,DSW1,DSW2 select the Layer2 IOL image that is present in your eve.
4. click More actions/Start all nodes

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  1. networktut
    June 15th, 2015

    @Salaam: We are sorry but currently we don’t have these tickets in Packet Tracer.

  2. Nepster
    June 18th, 2015

    is there any update for tshoot v2?

  3. Ali
    June 20th, 2015

    Any one knows the answer of lab 15

  4. Fulvio
    June 23rd, 2015

    Thank @networktut.

  5. Mentos
    June 24th, 2015

    Thanks Buddy, much appreciated !!

  6. Ann
    June 26th, 2015

    Just click on the “v” symbol right next to the “Ticket Answers:” text at the bottom/center PT window, to get answers of (PT) Lab 15…

  7. Braulio
    July 1st, 2015

    Hello! Nice post. Can anyone help me with ticket 15, i can’t find the solution, I know that is something related with DHCP ’cause client1 is not receiving ip from R4, I double checked and and something is missing that i can’t figure out

  8. Jay
    July 3rd, 2015

    Just open u’r eyes and read post above! :)

  9. Ankur
    July 16th, 2015

    thanks for uploading tickets good work big thanks again

  10. Anonymous
    July 26th, 2015

    does anyone know of any resources to get packet tracer 6.1?

  11. ann
    July 27th, 2015

    Just look at previous page 3 (dec 23) to find a PT dl link there…

  12. Khenzo
    August 3rd, 2015

    Thanks so so much…..

  13. Creating a new 300-135 TSHOOT Ticket in PT 6.1# 16
    September 8th, 2015

    Possible Procedure:

    1) Open exsisting PT (642-832) Ticket # 12 Lab provided here
    2) Jump into R2 config mode
    3) Issue: “ipv6 ospf 6 area 0″ under the R2 s0/0/0.23 Sub-interface
    4) Issue R2: “do write” and ctrl z commands
    5) Now move to R4
    6) Under ipv6 ospf process issue a “NO redistribute rip RIP_Zone” command
    7)Under ipv6 ospf process issue a “NO redistribute connected” command
    8) Issue R4: “do write” and “ctrl z” commands
    9) Modify the PT TSHOOT “Ticket Answering menu” accordingly
    10) Save the newly created PT Ticket # 16 Lab under a new name like: PT 300_135 TSHOOT Ticket 16
    11) Exit / reload the newly created PT Ticket # 16 and practice

    The Packet Tracer TSHOOT Ticket Answering (pull down) Menu is located at the bottom / center PT Screen – Just click at the small “v” sign – right next to the “Ticket Answers:” Text there to modify the menu (selections) for also your new PT 300-135 Ticket # 16.

    Pls feel free to modify also the PT R1 Loopback address to: 2026::111:1 and the PT DSW2 Loopback address to: 2026::102:1 if u like – (just so they fits the similar IPv6 Lo addresses at top of the Ticket # 16 page)

    When running IPv6 in the Packet Tracer Simulator, please use indeed the well known PT 6.1 release, since the new PT 6.2 release is having some Tech issues regarding IPv6 on indeed “Ethernet SWITCH Links” (Cat 3560’s etc.)

  14. Creating a new 300-135 TSHOOT Ticket # 16 in PT 6.1
    September 8th, 2015

    Above Post covers creating a new 300-135 TSHOOT Ticket # 16 within the Packet Tracer 6.1 release!

  15. mostafa
    September 10th, 2015

    thanks buddy and thanks networktut

  16. A small Correction for Step 6 above:
    September 13th, 2015

    Step 6 above should read:

    Under ipv6 ospf process issue a “NO redistribute rip RIP_ZONE” command

  17. Anonymous
    October 17th, 2015

    I just finished ready the Cisco Press CCNO Routing and Switching Tshoot 300-135 and from past experience I know the Cisco press books do not provide enough information to pass the exams. In the past for test prep for several CCNA and CCNP exams I use this site, the sample questions in the Cisco press books, plus the included CD, then purchased the test engine from Pass4sure to make sure I new I could answer the questions correctly in the required time.

    It seems that Pass4sure no longer offers any Cisco test engines so I need to find another company that sells a good one. Any recommendations would be appreciated.

    Please remember, I am not looking for question dump files.


  18. Anonymous
    October 23rd, 2015

    Thanks Buddy and networktut

  19. eman d man
    November 10th, 2015

    Hi, just need to clarify if there is no more drag and drop in the version 2 TSHOOT exam?

    please advise.

  20. Anku
    November 22nd, 2015

    Hi, just want to know whether the topo and questions are same or not??
    Plz guide me

  21. CCNP R&S
    November 23rd, 2015

    The topology is the same :) you just need to practice it and you would be alright in 1 day.

  22. jawad
    December 2nd, 2015

    Where are the topologies in gns3?

  23. cj
    December 2nd, 2015

    hi just wanna ask if there is any changes on tshoot v2 or is it the same as before (2014)?

  24. ak
    December 9th, 2015

    Here’s 2 helpfull PT TSHOOT hints:

    In order to study the 3 individual Ticket answers (A1, A2 and A3) + some quite usefull Tech Notes and tips & tricks etc. for each Ticket, just click on the small “v” symbol right next to the “Ticket Answers:” menu-text at the (mid) bottom PT Ticket screen, to find the relevant (drop down) Menu Selections there.

    When running IPv6 Labs (Tickets etc.) in the Packet Tracer Simulator, please use indeed the well known PT 6.1 release, since the new PT 6.2 release is currently having some Tech issues regarding IPv6 on indeed “Ethernet SWITCH Links” (at Cat 3560’s etc.)
    Hopefully, this issue will soon be solved at the PT R & D Team!?

  25. salman
    December 14th, 2015

    I need help regarding ccnp tshoot exam. can we practice on the ticket if anyone can use some software let me little guide for practice. ……

  26. Anonymous
    December 17th, 2015


    Thanks for the information about Packet Tracer 6.2 not working with the IPV6 labs. I was having problems with these and now I know why?

    Where can I get Packet Tracer 6.1?

  27. ak
    December 17th, 2015


    Pls. try use the PT 6.1 Download URL from:

    Anonymous Post by December 23rd, 2014 found on the previous page:


    I just tested the DL Link out, and it STILL works just fine :-)

    I’ll also reccomend you to skim the Packet Tracer post’s on pages: 1, 2, 3 and 4 – You can find SEVERAL real NICE Packet Tracer TSHOOT Lab Tips & Tricks there! – Just try them out :-)

    Good luck on exam!

  28. ak
    December 17th, 2015


    When downloading your relevant PT 6.1 package, i’ll reccomend you to choose a “no tutorials” package, since the PT 6.1 tutorials takes up VERY MUCH space on your Disk, and you’ll (most likely) don’t need all theese PT 6.1 tutorials for your current TSHOOT Studies!

  29. Hermes
    December 18th, 2015

    The CCNA expects you to know how to crgifnuoe the native VLAN. The native VLAN is a special VLAN used for compatibility with devices that do not support VLAN tagging or the 802.1q protocol. Packets that travel across the trunk on the native vlan will therefore not get a VLAN id or tag. I explain this better in my newer tutorials. You will find them in my CCNA 3 playlist. Cheers!

  30. Ronald
    December 18th, 2015

    No cotmalinps on this end, simply a good piece.

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