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    Quote Originally Posted by kryolla
    I jut got a 3550 for $150, it has a couple of bad ports and the standard image so I upgraded the image to EMI and I wont use all 24 ports in my lab. Now if I can find a 3560 for that price I will be done with my switches. I currently have 2 2950 and 1 3550.
    My switches include the 3550 PWR EMI and a LAN based 2960. I'm going to add a 2950 and or another 3550 for L3 switching.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phantasm
    Quote Originally Posted by kryolla
    I jut got a 3550 for $150, it has a couple of bad ports and the standard image so I upgraded the image to EMI and I wont use all 24 ports in my lab. Now if I can find a 3560 for that price I will be done with my switches. I currently have 2 2950 and 1 3550.
    My switches include the 3550 PWR EMI and a LAN based 2960. I'm going to add a 2950 and or another 3550 for L3 switching.
    Your profile says you are working on the CCNA

    Isn't all that equipment a bit much?
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    #53
    I got the equipment from a current CCIE who's now pursuing the CCIE Voice. He's in the process of renewing his lab for the different requirements and I reaped the benefits. He was going to sell me a 7206vxr for $350 but I've already got one with twice the memory and modules so I passed and dumped that cash into my new house
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    No no no must not read lab pic posts anymore......! Cisco bug coming back....must resist........

    I just installed two new ASA's (HA active-standby) at a customer site at have been doing a ton of ACL's in prep for a massive network change. All this cisco work is making me want to purchase a rack at home sooner than i wanted!

    Really nice setups guys, I hope to see more numbers on these boards as we now have a few regulars with their numbers, please let us know how your studies are getting on, really helpful to those who are learning!

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    Hello Qplayed,
    For the lab, I tried, you are right:
    its easier when all interfaces are on one side
    this is the new version:

    Bye,
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    #56
    Quote Originally Posted by Netwurk
    Quote Originally Posted by phantasm
    Quote Originally Posted by kryolla
    I jut got a 3550 for $150, it has a couple of bad ports and the standard image so I upgraded the image to EMI and I wont use all 24 ports in my lab. Now if I can find a 3560 for that price I will be done with my switches. I currently have 2 2950 and 1 3550.
    My switches include the 3550 PWR EMI and a LAN based 2960. I'm going to add a 2950 and or another 3550 for L3 switching.
    Your profile says you are working on the CCNA

    Isn't all that equipment a bit much?
    ... and that's a problem because why? I buy my gear with furture use intended, hence CCNP after CCNA. Buy once, cry once.
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    #57
    I just picked up one of those Skeletek 28u racks on ebay for $190 shipped, brand new. The seller even threw in one pair of SKELETEK Universal brackets and 5 pairs of 2500/2600 rack mount kit brackets for free. Finally I will get some decent home lab management

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=310031264913
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    You can also buy direct: http://dantraknet.com/

    It's handy if you need more nuts and bolts, shelves, etc. I've ordered a few things from them, and they shipped them immediately. Great service.
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    anyone looking for four post racks(used)
    I have 20+ Chatsworth
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    I just picked up an IBM 1u X Series 330 on ebay for a whopping $120 shipped.



    BM XSeries 330 P3 Dual 1.26GHZ 1GB 2X18GB 1U Server
    IBM XSeries 330 1U Server
    P3 Dual 1.26GHz CPUs @ 512K Cache
    1GB PC133 Reg ECC RAM
    2x18GB SCSI 10K Hard Drive
    Floppy, CD-ROM
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    Dual 10/100 Port and Dual R485 Port On board
    2USB Ports
    It shal be my new DHCP/TFTP/RADIUS+ server.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Boz
    I just picked up an IBM 1u X Series 330 on ebay for a whopping $120 shipped.



    BM XSeries 330 P3 Dual 1.26GHZ 1GB 2X18GB 1U Server
    IBM XSeries 330 1U Server
    P3 Dual 1.26GHz CPUs @ 512K Cache
    1GB PC133 Reg ECC RAM
    2x18GB SCSI 10K Hard Drive
    Floppy, CD-ROM
    Rack-Mountable
    Dual 10/100 Port and Dual R485 Port On board
    2USB Ports
    It shal be my new DHCP/TFTP/RADIUS+ server.

    Cr@p can you say:


    SCORE...

    Lucky
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    the guy is selling like three more. I'm not advertising on behalf of anyone, just passing the word.
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    just made an offer for the last 2
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    Quote Originally Posted by dynamik
    You can also buy direct: http://dantraknet.com/

    It's handy if you need more nuts and bolts, shelves, etc. I've ordered a few things from them, and they shipped them immediately. Great service.
    I bought it from them via their ebay store.
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    I have one of those racks coming in tomorrow. I bought too much equipment for my 12RU rack LOL. How hard is it to set up a radius server, does it run with windows server? Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by kryolla
    I have one of those racks coming in tomorrow. I bought too much equipment for my 12RU rack LOL. How hard is it to set up a radius server, does it run with windows server? Thanks
    Radius will run on 2003 i know for fact because i just did it. Don't know what other options may be available. Be careful not to lock yourself out of your equipment. Make sure aaa works as expected before you copy run start. (Yes, I learned that the hard way....)
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    Quote Originally Posted by dynamik
    You can also buy direct: http://dantraknet.com/

    It's handy if you need more nuts and bolts, shelves, etc. I've ordered a few things from them, and they shipped them immediately. Great service.
    They have a great site. Just ordered the Skeletek B24U to get my lab under control. It's cool that they include brackets. I have a good assortment of brackets already, and the 5 sets they include should be enough to rack most of my lab.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cisco_trooper
    Radius will run on 2003 i know for fact because i just did it. Don't know what other options may be available. Be careful not to lock yourself out of your equipment. Make sure aaa works as expected before you copy run start. (Yes, I learned that the hard way....)
    Windows 2000 Server, advanced server or Windows 2003 Standard or enterprise will all support radius, microsoft's implementation is called Internet Authentication service. You need to install it as a windows component.
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    So I'm sitting here at work, the only person on the clock in a company of over 300, when one of my network engineers comes by and says "Happy easter" as he's handing me three nm-4e modules and three WIC T1 CSU/DSUs for my 3640's and 2621's. I'm always good about working holidays so the guys with kids can have off since we have to be here 24/7/365 and since they were reselling or recycling some old gear and he knew that I'd recently bought a few 3640's, he gifted to me 12 routable ethernet ports and enough CSU/DSU's to complete my frame lab.

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