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    I have 7 Cisco 2950 Switches and 5 Cisco 1720 & 1721 Routers 4 with WANIC’s installed and the cables needed to make use of them. I also have an X306 server that I can load with needed programs to perform this. Will these devices, I know the routers are older allow me to setup a home lab to get ready for the courses?
    Thanks in advance



    Not following any labs listed here, but you do know theres tools like Cisco’s Packet Tracer where you can just simulate network devices, right? They even let you jump on in to the command line and do what you want to do. Its also much less of a power draw, quieter than running a lot of switches, and cheaper.



    gns3 is also good emulator for ccna lab




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