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Old 31st July 2006, 17:26
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Hello,
I want to study CCNA, and I need some good simulator that have all the commans in todays CCNA study program.
I would be thankfull if you will help me in this field, if you will refer me to some FTP or anywhere else that I can download from there the simulator,
Thanks ahead.
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Old 31st July 2006, 17:56
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Default Re: Cisco Simulator

Dont know if the commands are the same as cisco but you could try:

http://www.freesco.org/

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Default Re: Cisco Simulator

There was in the past some Cisco Simulator but for now as I know, Cisco didnt release any update for it.
However, usually books from Sybex etc. come with tools like Cisco Simulator....

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Default Re: Cisco Simulator

holler1,

Here are some links to Cisco router simulators:

I put the Boson and Cisco simulators at the top of the list. The Cisco simulator is very nice and I have heard good things about the Boson simulator.

Let me know what you think of these.

Thanks,
David

Most Recommended:
http://www.boson.com/Product/CIS-NS-CCNA-04.html
http://www.ciscopress.com/bookstore/...587201313&rl=1

Other Options:
http://www.semsim.com/ccna-router-si...-features.html
http://routersimulator.certexams.com/
http://www.routersim.com/
http://www.download.com/Router-Simul...4-6313625.html
http://www.tucows.com/preview/325779
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Default Re: Cisco Simulator

The Boson sim is by far the best; there are a few things you need to get use to. The sim only has 1900, 2950, and 3550 switches.

The software loaded in these switches is a bit dated. The new approach from cisco is to creat vlans in conft mode not vlan dadatabse. Some of the switches in the Boson simulator will not support vlan or vtp in config mode.
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Default Re: Cisco Simulator

Thanks for your post martyfitz!

I appreciate your insight on the Boson simulator.

If you have any Cisco questions or experiences to share, feel free to post them here!

Thanks,
David
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Hi,
Sir
Thanks for helping hands,

on simulator we expect all kinds of router like 1842 etc to be there
sit is it possible and also connecting modem/leased line/all practical things.
because if that 1842 is not there it is of no use to me and my netwok sir
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Smile hi yuval s

hi yuval S

it is really true andsimulator is of no use for real n/w engineer ,who realy work on network
it is good 4 for only ccna kids/school.( who only wants know what is ccna).

but i joined this due to david sir who is realy a life saver for us thanks to david

Last edited by Basavaraj; 28th November 2007 at 12:41.. Reason: no help in real problems
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Default Re: Cisco Simulator

Hi bros

Here is free cisco simulators. But I don't think it's a simulator. It run true cisco ios images on your PC. So you can use all of the IOS commands. Great software.

If you like working with GUI and windows, go to http://www.gns3.net. Download GNS3. Install it. Run it. It contain detail installation and configuration steps. Pretty good. Very easy.

If you like working with command lines, go to http://www.dynagen.org. Download dynagen. You can get windows or linux distribution. GNS3 is base on dynamips/dynagen.

You need cisco ios images to run these software. I don't post the links of ios images bcoz of forum rules. Find yourself.

Go to this website. http://7200emu.hacki.at/
That is dynamips/dynagen and GNS3 community. Very useful site.

I mention that again, these are not simulators. Great pieces of CCIE, CCNP, CCNA personal.

thanks all

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Default Re: Cisco Simulator

Boson Netsim is a good one I used when getting my CCNA
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