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Old May 30th 04, 10:00 PM
esara
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Default small net for cisco 1600!

Hi
I have CISCO 1600 router and I can have 4 computers with a D-Link
switch which I guess has 16 ports, also I can have a linksys router
which is for home networking with 4 ports. I can also get an IP
address from the ISP and coonect to high speed internet. I want to
learn how to config CISCO router I would be very much thankful if can
help me to find a small project to make a samll network like this size
and configure the CISCO router. I would like to start from basic then
go to more advanced subjects. Any advice would be very much
appreciated. thanks
 




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