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[SOLVED] Installing Cisco Packet Tracer

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Re: [SOLVED] Installing Cisco Packet Tracer
« Reply #15 on: February 26, 2015, 12:51:58 PM »
 

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Hello!

If you're learning Cisco, GNS3 is the way to go. It is a LOT more powerful and flexible than any of the online stuff I've used.

GNS3 works under both Linux and windows, supports simulating a wide variety of different equipment, and has an excellent support community. You will have to download Cisco firmware to support the specific models you want to emulate, but the firmware CAN be found out there...

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