I have three Cisco routers I want to play with. Earlier I have played littlebit with Cisco IOS in Dynamips, but now I want to try the real thing littlebit. Since I am a newbie on Cisco routers, I need some tips to get started.
I have a blue console cable(Serial DB-9 in one end and RJ-45 in the other). I have connected the DB-9 end to a computer with a Fedora 13 OS.
The three second hand Cisco routers with unknown config are:
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