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Practical Training Networking

Computer forensics training and education issues. If you are looking for topic suggestions for your project, thesis or dissertation please post here rather than the general discussion forum.
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farrahyde
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Re: Practical Training Networking

Post Posted: Apr 11, 07 18:10

Try your local Salvation Army or Goodwill, flea market perhaps, That's where I got my start on hardware for $50.00(us) Many times these are older machines with little glitches, but you can learn how to repair. I used my kitchen table while i was learning, and still find that room a valuable place to think.. Then maybe a install of Linux(free) or Win2k(will not use as many resources) and then you can throw in a cheap switch from walmart $35- 40.00 and learn how to create a small network. You just have to be creative when you're on a shoestring budget just keep at it, you'll get there.
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SBuddell
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Re: Practical Training Networking

Post Posted: Apr 11, 07 18:59

You could always set up a vitrtual network using VMWare. Kills two birds with one stone: 1) a virtual network and 2) gives you exposure to a tool that is heavily utilised in the UK Forensic IT market.  
 

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