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Does anyone know of a Cisco ASA simulator, especially one that does VPNs?

Thank you,
Dave
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QEMU in GNS3 - You can simulate almost any configuration, you will just need the images for the software. Some basic instructions can be found here -- http://forum.gns3.net/topic139-10.html

The only other ASA Simulator I know if is at http://networksims.com/
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