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  1. Senior Member Cat5's Avatar
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    Default Hands-on equipment vs. GNS3

    Hands-on equipment is always better, but for those eating beans and rice because of a super-tight budget, "virtual" may be the only option. Has anyone used GNS3 to study wireless? And I understand the program is free, but finding the IOS for it can be daunting. True?
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    Finding IOS is not daunting at all.

    Using GNS for wireless, i never heard of it. I dont believe GNS can emulate a wireless lan controller or an access point. Your going to have to spend some money for this track.
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