Mark is a certified technical trainer and subject matter expert at the Training Camp, a leading provider of business and IT learning solutions for businesses, individuals and public sector organizations. Specializing in networking and information security, Sabo leads accelerated boot camps in Microsoft Windows technologies, CompTIA certification prep, and a range of Cisco credentials including CCNA, CCNA-Security, CCDA and CCNP.

How to Practice Configuring Routers and Switches

For concert pianists and network administrators alike, practice makes perfect. Certified Cisco Instructor, Mark Sabo, explores the best ways to hone your routing & switching skills.

Ways to Configure Routers and Switches

One of the most common questions my students ask is, “What can I do to get more practice configuring routers and switches?” The best thing you can do is to go out and get some real equipment and build your own lab environment. Nothing beats having real equipment to touch, smell and practice with. You can find cheap routers and switches on the internet; eBay is the most popular place where people go to unload their old equipment for dirt cheap instead of trashing it. You don’t need new, expensive equipment for a home practice lab, and this presents the best opportunity. For those of us who don’t want to spend money on a practice lab, or want the flexibility of playing with routers wherever we are, there's GNS3.

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