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    Welcome, and wow - what a setup! :D
     
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    That looks awsome, do you all have them hooked up to a.... (cant think of the word)... switch thingy...(for use on one keyboard, mouse, monitor)(someone help me if they can remeber the name of what im talking about)... anywhoo that just looks impressive in itself...
     
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    nice, i ask though why 2 routers?
     
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    nice, i love how you poked holes in your cabinets for all the wiring.
     
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    It simulates a WAN, ISDN,T1,ATM, Frame relay or whatever connection.
    So picture one router in one city and the other router in another city.

    Since this is a CCNA Lab setup you will not be able to see the main thing you are trying to accomplish with one router. The propagation of route tables and the routing of data! The only way you can see if your configurations work, is to have at least two routers.
     
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    hehe someone is a networking specialist... got a degree? or are you working toward one?
     
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    Hmmmm. Time for some case modding! Cold cathode lights. Yes, that's what we need here. But not in the computer cases. How about surrounding the area with green cold cathode lighting, and then taking a picture with it up and running at night with no house lights on in the general area? I like the setup too.
     
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    I am a computer lab program instructor.

    I am looking for new inventive ways to teach technology to children k-6. I entered this forum to find out if I am on the right or wrong path for information concerning how to's to help teachers be affective in their teaching at our school.
     
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    This could be a place to learn how you should explain current concepts such as the Internet, browsers, and operating systems. Our members are mostly beyond the sixth grade at this point, but many of us remember what it was like to be that young and open minded.

    I think your best bet will be to procure a set of learning CDs that the kids could interactively watch / click on / follow. That old "Putt-Putt goes to town" type of series was helpful for small children in my household.

    The biggest problem you might have is with curious kids that want to start searching on the web. They can end up at bad sites if you don't have some type of parental control on the computer(s).

    Why don't you post a separate topic in the "General Computer Discussion" section so many of our members can see it?
     
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    First post here had to this thread, not only a nice set-up but neat too

    Chet
     
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    welcome...................
     
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    nice ............
     
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