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Re: Any CCNA partner 9 years 9 months ago #34365

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Its really good what you are trying to do here.
All the best to you guys.
If anything challenges you, just let us know.
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epiphany. Just had a one - to - one chat with my friend. We have decided to get some cheap cisco routers and switches to set up some networks and practice the stuff on them. Then we can create VPN all sorts of things using our own respective ISPs to simulate the cloud, and guess what our ISP would be the perfect cloud scenario either way!!!
If this catches on, I might invite more people to join this as well.
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Network diagram 9 years 9 months ago #34389

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Hi all,
Are there any websites or dumps where I can get network diagrams to practice on packet tracer. I just wanted to find a network diagram, implement it on tracer and see if this works. Gives me the practice of configuring the various routers and switches as well.
So if there are any, pls let me know
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Re: Any CCNA partner 9 years 9 months ago #34434

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The CCNA academy program pdf files have some very nice network diagrams for packet tracer, that would be a good start. i have some if you dont manage to get them
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Re: Any CCNA partner 9 years 9 months ago #34511

even i want to study networking , kindly suggest some good router simulators (free download) , wesites and books

CCNA Practice 9 years 9 months ago #34514

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Here's my setup for practising all I learnt in CCNA. Got myself the following:

1) Cisco 2612 Router with 1 Ethernet Interface and 1 ISDN Interface

2) Cisco 2500 Router with two serial Interfaces

3) Cisco 3548 XL 48 port switch

and got one of my mates to do the same. After playing with the kit for a few days, we'll start using our invidivual ISPs to be the cloud, and practice VPN, and loads of other stuff.
Guys, I will for sure run out of ideas to do, so please feel free to put in your thoughts of how best to use this setup.
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