[RndTbl] Roundtable Digest, Vol 68, Issue 3
sean at ertw.com
Wed Aug 4 18:21:33 CDT 2010
If you're going to go the dynamips route (link #2) then look at Dynagen...
http://www.dynagen.org/ is a python wrapper for dynamips, which lets you
write simple config files to build your network instead of trying to do it
with command line options.
That said, if you can get your hands on a couple of 2501s and some old
CSU/DSU units, you can practice loopback testing on T1s. Admittedly, this is
becoming less and less of a valuable skill.
On Wed, Aug 4, 2010 at 6:07 PM, Adam Thompson <athompso at athompso.net> wrote:
> Are you aware of the gns3 app (Graphical Network Simulator, v3) which
> emulates/simulates a network of Cisco devices? I've also heard of a Cisco
> 7200/7600 VM that runs on i386 hardware.
> For the first one: http://www.gns3.net/
> And the second: http://www.ipflow.utc.fr/index.php/Cisco_7200_Simulator
> They both appear to use the same underlying technology, I haven't actually
> tried either of them yet.
> I'm sure there are a few people on this list who'd be be willing to provide
> the necessary IOS images, privately.
> (i.e. DON'T just hit reply! It's still technically piracy, even for Cisco
> I might be able to get my hands on some old Cisco switches... not sure if
> they've already gone to the great static bag in the sky or not...
> On Wed, 2010-08-04 at 09:28 -0500, Kat wrote:
> I'm interested in two of the cisco 2500 routers, if you're willing to let
> two go to one person. I'll be writing my CCNA in September and won't have
> equipment to play with after mid-August.
> Unless someone will let me play with their Cisco equipment at work :)
> Now to find a couple old Cisco switches...
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Sean Walberg <sean at ertw.com> http://ertw.com/
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