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TOPIC: Free online Cisco Catalyst Switch lab

Free online Cisco Catalyst Switch lab 6 years 3 months ago #37975

Update: 2 routers have been added for a total of 8 devices

I have started a free Cisco switch lab. Please try it out.

telnet 72.205.54.70 49001
telnet 72.205.54.70 49002
telnet 72.205.54.70 49003

For the network diagram and updates, go to labswitch.blogspot.com . Please let me know of any problems. Thanks!

Re: Free Cisco switch lab 6 years 3 months ago #37979

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Hi there,
It actually works. So what's the plan?

By the way, that blog link didn't work

Cheers

Re: Free Cisco switch lab 6 years 3 months ago #37982

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Works B). But I can't see the diagrams.

Re: Free Cisco switch lab 6 years 3 months ago #37985

Sorry about that, the forum code leaves in the period . sign, I just change it.


Arani wrote: Hi there,
It actually works. So what's the plan?

By the way, that blog link didn't work

Cheers

Re: Free Cisco switch lab 6 years 2 months ago #37996

A 4th switch, a Cisco 3560, is now in the lab. You can access it at:

telnet 72.205.54.70 49004

For latest topology and updates, go to labswitch.blogspot.com . Thanks!

Re: Free Cisco switch lab 6 years 2 months ago #37999

My goal is to keep this lab simple to manage and maintain. Thus, there will be no fancy features like scheduling, reservation, registering, etc. This is a casual quick and dirty lab, nothing grand or ambitious. I'm just sharing my home lab to the world.

All the access control is done by a Bash shell script I wrote, running in cron.

I use ser2net on Scientific Linux for the terminal server.

The lab cost probably around $1200 to build, including all 4 switches, the PC, the cabling, and GBIC's. Almost everything is used, except the crossover cables and USB-serial converters.

A little more info is on the blog. Let me know if you have any suggestions! Thanks!
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