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usa2k
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reply to nosx

Re: My first real Cisco

said by nosx:

Consider running GNS3 on the computer to simulate routers ...
I need to take a better look at GSN3!


usa2k
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As mentioned earlier, you must provide your own Cisco IOS to use with GNS3 due to licensing issues. GNS3 is meant to be used in a lab environment for testing and learning. Once you have obtained your own copy of a Cisco IOS for one of the supported platforms, you are ready to continue. Current platforms supported include:

1710 1720 1721 1750 1751 1760 2610 2610XM 2611 2611XM 2620 2620XM 2621 2621XM 2650XM 2651XM
My 2950 seems absent from the list ...
I really need to read the whole tutorial - looks like today is the day.

* Looks also like the Cisco IOS must be a router image
Are such images available without an actual router?
Am I correct that with an actual router I just save the image via TFTP?

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