Router Simulator

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    "accepts all commands, including any word or abreviation"

    August 31, 2012  |   By joenovak1


    LOOKS like you're logged into a router.


    when typing the a command, such as ENABLE, the first character doesn't type, so you end up typing NABLE, then have to backspace over everything, THEN you can type a command and have the whole command appear. It didn't seem to DO much, however. It appeared that pretty much ANYTHING, ANY command, ANY word ( English or foreign language ), ANY letter, abreviation, pretty much ANYTHING that you wanted to type, it wasn't going to tell you that you were wrong. If you want a router sim that works better as a typing tutor, ESPECIALLY if you want to learn how to use the backspace, then THIS is your router sim. If, however, you want to learn about routing, configuring anything, what commands work in a router, you can pretty much do better elsewhere.


    It LOOKS like you're logged into a router. That's about it.

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