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I am looking to find material to setup labs using the latest Packet Tracer version. What I am looking for is to setup a lab in class to simulate multiple networks using the "multiuser connection" option.
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Why don't you start with a diagram to show how you want to connect your network first.

Then I can help you configure the devices.
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I was hoping that I can find the material that will help with the diagram
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Try this link.

The last post has some useful link.

https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/thread/56152
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