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Re: Cisco router simulator?

I went and bought myself a used cheap cisco router. Most of the tests center on 1500(or 2500) series I believe, it's been a while since I took the test. And they've gone to the 640-607 exam since then. In any event, I'd buy a cheap router from Ebay. There's nothing you can do to it that you can't fix with tftp and telnet. But if you really want a virtual program, I believe CISCO has a practice test/educational program that has virtual router simulation call CIM(Cisco Interactive Mentor) it's supposed to be able to let you do anything virtually that you can do with the router and switch. Personally I like working on the real thing a bit better. Some things like recovering lost passwords and things like that can't be done without a shutdown, and pressing the mode buttons
on the switch/router itself that you can't do with the simulator.
If you want simulators for Windoze, I've got a few... Best of luck.

At 04:34 AM 7/2/2003 -0700, Paul Johnson wrote:
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I'm currently working on my CCNA and I'm wondering if anybody's found
a good cisco ios simulator for unix.  I'm sure I can't be the only
person going for their CCNA coming from unix, after all half the
commands are pretty close to their unix counterparts.

Searching Google brought me to Freesco, but it doesn't look quite like
what I'm looking for.

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