David’s Cisco Networking Blog

Mar 26 2010   7:02AM GMT

Using the GNS3 Network Simulator to create a Cisco CCNA Lab

David Davis David Davis Profile: David Davis

The best way to learn about Cisco networking is to have your own lab. However, that is hard to do (costly, takes up space, and time-consuming). The best way to do this is to have a virtual Cisco lab using GNS3. This is easy to do with proper instruction. Fortunately, Train Signal Training recently posted a great new article on this topic.

Read the full article at: Using the GNS3 Network Simulator to create a Cisco CCNA Lab

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  • Daco
    Hi David, I download GNS3, now how do i get ISO image
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  • GusHugershoff
    You know, if you really want to get serious - Cisco Net Academy is offered through many local city collages - at a fairly low cost; and they have Cisco Packet Tracer offered through their Net Academy that does all this and more.
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