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Linux for learning networking?

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Good Afternoon,

Out of curiosity, perhaps one of you Linux buffs could let me know, but does anyone know about a Linux distro that is designed around teaching/simulating network environments? I know Cisco has software options, something like Packet Tracer, but I think working out of a distro would be pretty cool. Let me know, any help would be most appreciated.


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This isn't Linux but it should be helpful. You have to supply the Network Operating System images which can be found online.

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