Once I have a list, I’ll make sure it’s easy to find.
The R&S part is no problem with the CSR 1000v, IOSv, and IOSv2-L2 images. If you study on your own, I would create two topologies. You could do this in VIRL.
A topology with 4 switches, two links between every switch. Connect 1-2 routers to each switch that you can use as a host.
A topology with 8-10 routers, something like this:
Pre-configure these routers with IP addresses and multiple loopback interfaces. You can use these to practice any of the L3 topics, without wasting time thinking about links/IP addresses, etc.
SD-WAN shouldn’t be a problem, I’m trying some of the home lab options for that.
DNA Center…that’s difficult. The current appliance requires 56 cores and 256 GB of memory. Not something you’ll easily run on a home lab. We’ll have to see if we really need to run it ourselves or whether a remote DNA center is enough. It’s possible that the focus is mostly on working with DNA Center through an API, which means we could use one of Cisco’s sandboxes for that.