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    Default *TechSims* BSCI

    Here's the first TechSim for the CCNP BSCI exam using our online router simulator:

    Configuring IS-IS


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    hi,
    thanks for this ISIS simulator.It is really good.Do you think to add some verification commands to the simulator ? e.g
    show isis database
    show clns neighbors
    show clns interface

    it would be very good to see some sample outputs ..

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    Hi, and thanks. If you are already pleased with the BSCI sim, check out our CCNA TechSim which uses a more advanced simulator:
    www.techexams.net/testsim/techsim.php

    I'm going to change the BSCI techsim soon, so it will use our new simulator, but before I do I want to add more basic (as in CCNA) commands. Also, for the commands you listed to have any real use, I need to add a second router to the sim first, but I will eventually add a bunch of show commands. I don't know exactly when though, it will probaby take a couple of months before I get to that point.
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    Thanks maybe an idea is to have a corner with people bulding some examples in simulators.
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    This is pretty cool, thanks Johan
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    You're welcome. I've considered taking it down once because I'm not going to develop this one further, nice to see it's still useful.
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    For the sake of memorization it's more than handy Besides, it's already there, why do away with it?
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    True, it's not in the way or anything. It's just that I planned to develop it further, not to become a highly realistic sim, but for some additional commands. Since I'm not going to do that, I don't want people to be dissapointed. Another reason was that this one for the BSCI exam is not as advanced as the one I created for the CCNA (not that that one is 'advanced' but you get the point) and I planned to combine them. However, I wrote that with limited Java skills and the code became completely unmanagable.

    Anyway, you're right, it still serves good for memorizing those commands, which is pretty much what it was meant for anway.
    Thanks again Paul.
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    thanks johan

    cool sim, feel smarter already
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