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Dear All,

I need please to download a free simulator that help me to make some real training on how to configure a CISCO router.

Thanks for help
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GNS3 will be your best bet.

http://www.gns3.net/

here is also a link with a lot of good tutorials on using GNS3
http://www.blindhog.net/
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that1guy15, Can you provide me a tutorial about how using this software and a CISCO lab that I can make?
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The software is pretty straight forward to install. The only down side to GNS3 is you will need your own IOS's. Here is a good getting started tutorial from BlindHog.net that shows the basics of GNS3.

http://www.blindhog.net/cisco-gns3-graphical-router-emulation-software/

Check out all the other tutorials from blind hog to get some good ideas for labs. Dig through the post for both GNS3 and Dynamips.


Oh and by the way GNS3 is free.

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One last question...I don't know how to get an IOS image...Can you help in that please?
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That is an area that i cant help you out with here on EE. But i will tell you the blindhog site has a post that talks about the subject.

Google might be able to help you too
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thanks a lot
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