Infotech Lead India: Huawei has launched its free graphical enterprise network simulation platform (eNSP) for ICT practitioners.
The platform is designed to simulate network devices such as routers and switches to help users familiarize themselves with Huawei’s datacom products.
Users can understand the operations and configurations of Huawei’s routers, switches, and master fault locating methods.
Huawei claims that the platform helps users improve upon their ability to plan, construct, operate, and maintain ICT networks for enterprises and thus help enterprises build better networks with enhanced efficiency.
Many simulation platforms available from ICT vendors have turned many ICT practitioners away from learning about routers, switches and other products because the poor user experience cannot provide the necessary true-to-deployment simulations.
Huawei eNSP platform runs Huawei’s Versatile Routing Platform (VRP) system and is able to simulate deployments before real devices are deployed in a network to simulate tests on the compatibility and configurations of the devices. This helps practitioners facilitate pre-deployment planning and testing on high-quality ICT networks for enterprises.
The eNSP tool allows ICT practitioners to practice the skills needed to pass Huawei certifications across many domains by simulating tests for Huawei Certified Datacom Associate (HCDA), Huawei Certified Datacom Professional (HCDP)-Enterprise, and Huawei Certified Internetwork Expert (HCIE)-Enterprise.
Huawei’s free eNSP provides an opportunity for the public to experience the benefits of Huawei’s equipment, whether they are a student wanting to pass a Huawei certification, a professor giving lectures on network technologies, or a technical engineer operating datacom products or maintaining live networks.