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    Was able to build this out at work with spare gear and I am pretty sure I got it working about right. However I have not gone threw any ROUTE material yet so I was kinda winging it on somethings. Has anyone else built this topology out completely and feel like comparing notes?

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    4- 3750's
    1 - 3600 (frame relay)
    2 - 2500...yeah I know weak but hey they work
    3 - 2600
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    Looks good on the SWITCH situation, perhaps a couple of 3640's or 2651XM's or 2800's if you have the cash??..I do have some 2500's connected to the FRelay too..

    looks good !
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    what else would I need more routers for? I think I have enough according to the topology released by Cisco , a link to the design is below

    http://evilrouters.net/wp-content/up...v4-layer-3.png

    That pic doesn't show the FR router btw
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    correct !..i used the FR for learning purposes on NBMA Networks...check out the following blog ...DAVID GOMEZ

    GNS3 is another option.

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    Cool ill check it out , thanks
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