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    Default Great news for emu lovers! (PIX)

    If you don't know it already, the people over at 7200emu.hacki.at have a Pix emulator running in a similar fashion as Dynamips.

    http://www.hacki.at/7200emu/viewforum.php?f=17



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    You mean I could have bought that Dual Quad-Xeon instead of upgrading the home Cisco Security Lab with the 2 Unrestricted Active/Active Failover PIX-515s and that ASA?

    ARGH!!

    But I guess I'll stick with the real hardware for now.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikej412
    You mean I could have bought that Dual Quad-Xeon instead of upgrading the home Cisco Security Lab with the 2 Unrestricted Active/Active Failover PIX-515s and that ASA?

    ARGH!!

    But I guess I'll stick with the real hardware for now.....
    Nothing like the real hardware...
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    Has anyone got this working using a PC with windows, or is it all Linux based??
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    Quote Originally Posted by theevilmuffin
    Has anyone got this working using a PC with windows, or is it all Linux based??
    It is not yet Windows based, although, I have it running on my XP machine by installing Linux under vmware.

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