On Mon, 08 Nov 2004 15:39:52 +0000
Ruairi Newman <ruairi at tech-mad.org> wrote:
> On Mon, 2004-11-08 at 15:19, Chris Higgins wrote:
>> > http://www.certification-crazy.net/router_simulators.htm> >
> Thanks :)
>> > There are some java ones along the way - but why do you need a
> > simulator ? Why not use the real thing ?
>> Because I'm going back out to Kenya soon and don't want to have to
> carry a couple of 2600s and a 1900 in the suitcase with me. I'm
> finally getting around to doing the Cisco exams, so I need something
> to mess with.
There are some places on ze net that will give you remote access to the
actual lab equipment ( plus the stuff that isn't easy to simulate properly -
eg: FR switch, ISDN etc.. )
<plug> We do it for the CCNA labs, and others on specific request. </plug>
but there are other places on the net that will do it for you too.
So remote access to the real kit might suit you better ( especially as the
CCNA course contents change, and the 1900 is going the way of the dodo
in the next update to the exam - and it's to be replaced with the cat 2950 )
> I'm not in denial, I'm just selective about the reality I choose to
> -Calvin and Hobbes
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