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Friday February 15, 2008
06:54 PM

Cisco hardware simulator

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One of the guys at work showed me something called Packet Tracer (part of the Cisco Networking Academy packages). It's a bit similat to GNS3 but a lot more advanced (full visual view of device, more devices, less memory hog, drag-drop components, no IOS images needed,...). Unfortunately, it doesn't appear to be available for free.
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  • Did you try dynamips [ipflow.utc.fr] ? It does require IOS images, but is bug-for-bug emulator of Cisco, and together with dynagui it's a great platform for Cisco testing.
    Oh, did I mentioned it's free? ;-)