GNS3 or Dynagen
Hello INEOC people. I passed the CCIE R&S written last week and I'll soon be starting on my lab studies. I plan to use a combination of virtualised and rack rental labs. I've used both Dynagen and GNS3 before.
What is the general feeling about which is the better to use? GNS3 or Dynagen Obviously GNS3 is prettier and a lot easier to set up networks quickly with but is Dynagen more stable and less resource intensive?
Also what is the feeling of the OS to run the package on? I have a 18 month old Intel quad core processor PC with 8GB of RAM, that runs Windows 7 64 bit. I do have a little experience of running GNS3 under Ubuntu though.