reply to watts3000
Re: [CCNA] how to purhase hardware and determine IOS needed Cisco Feature Navigator
While Cisco doesn't list every feature of every image 100% correctly, it's best repository of knowledge you can get for free. CCNA isn't very hardware specific, so anything that has the IOS feature(s) you need will do for your lab. (I know a low numbered CCIE who still uses a stack of *white* 2500's)
said by cramer:That brought back memories
a stack of *white* 2500's
We used to break out a few of those during job interviews. You can learn a lot about a prospective CCNA+ applicant by their reaction... Priceless!
We didn't ask stupid questions. We'd sit you in front of a few routers, give you a problem, and heckle from over the (4ft) cube wall. (the ISP world is a stressful place.)
(I think they were originally 3000 IGS's, but there aren't any numbers on them)