Forgot how much fun...

Darthn3ssDarthn3ss Posts: 1,096Member
... cisco is!

I haven't touched anything Cisco related in close to a year. I've been aching to get back into this stuff so i've been playing with some topologies with dnygen/GNS3. I'm not really sure what i'm going to do with this yet but its temporarily just running EIGRP. If i had my BSCI book or Routing TCP/IP i'd of probably done something funner. Originally this was going to have a total of nine routers but that put my CPU at 100% (Time to add another quadcore? :d ). I'll probably set up my other computer/server to run as a second hypervisor for access routers (which will then connect to VMware hosts and so on)

Any suggestions as to what kind of fun things i should do from here?

massive screenshot:
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Fantastic. The project manager is inspired.

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  • SelfmadeSelfmade Posts: 268Member
    actually get certified? :P
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  • hexemhexem Posts: 177Member
    Re-do that whole network and incoperate frame relay instead. ;]
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  • stlsmoorestlsmoore Posts: 515Member
    You might as well throw some BGP in the mix, you already have the AS fully meshed!
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  • Darthn3ssDarthn3ss Posts: 1,096Member
    Selfmade wrote: »
    actually get certified? :P

    eh

    i'll consider it. my only issue is that i'll probably never find a job here.
    Fantastic. The project manager is inspired.

    In Progress: 70-640, 70-685
  • Darthn3ssDarthn3ss Posts: 1,096Member
    stlsmoore wrote: »
    You might as well throw some BGP in the mix, you already have the AS fully meshed!

    that was the plan... but i needed to backup the configs so i could get to sleep
    Fantastic. The project manager is inspired.

    In Progress: 70-640, 70-685
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