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Lab to improve my understanding of the Cisco routing table on a medium size network.

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My routing skills need improvement and I’d like a lab, GNS3 perfered, that would give me a better understanding of reading routing tables and understanding the topology of a network.

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Dave
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erniebeek, thanks for the info, but I'm looking for something more specific, what I want to do is create a network topology diagram according to the routing tables and if there is a lab specific for that.

If I go on to a network and there are not diagram/s of the network then I would like to look at the config files, specifically the routing table and make the diagram of the network to use as reference.
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Not as specific as what I was looking for, but still helpful.
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