GNS3 Tutorial – Getting Started with GNS3 on Mac OS X – Building & Saving Your Topologies



This quick tutorial is one step beyond installing GNS3 on your operating system. One you install GNS3 on your Linux, Mac, or Windows operating system, this tutorial (which is applied to all versions of GNS3) will show you how to use GNS3 efficiently.

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Mourad ELGORMA

Mourad ELGORMA

Fondateur de summarynetworks, passionné des nouvelles technologies et des métiers de Réseautique , Master en réseaux et système de télécommunications. ,j’ai affaire à Pascal, Delphi, Java, MATLAB, php …Connaissance du protocole TCP / IP, des applications Ethernet, des WLAN …Planification, installation et dépannage de problèmes de réseau informatique……Installez, configurez et dépannez les périphériques Cisco IOS. Surveillez les performances du réseau et isolez les défaillances du réseau. VLANs, protocoles de routage (RIPv2, EIGRP, OSPF.)…..Manipuler des systèmes embarqués (matériel et logiciel ex: Beaglebone Black)…Linux (Ubuntu, kali, serveur Mandriva Fedora, …). Microsoft (Windows, Windows Server 2003). ……Paquet tracer, GNS3, VMware Workstation, Virtual Box, Filezilla (client / serveur), EasyPhp, serveur Wamp,Le système de gestion WORDPRESS………Installation des caméras de surveillance ( technologie hikvision DVR………..). ,

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    octobre 18, 2020 à 8:07
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    first you need to load Cisco IOS in GNS3,depending to the IOS loaded you can use the router (for example if you want to use router C7200 you need to download IOS for that router) link to download : filecrop.com/Cisco-IOS-12.4.html

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    octobre 18, 2020 à 8:07
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    Hi, thanks a lot
    this is really interesting, would you pleas elaborate on switching as well, can you please assist me with GNS3 LAb, i am having difficulty doing ospf frame relay:) After adding the NM16ESW into router, i seem to have difficulty doing the lab. i would trully appreciate if you can share some insight. Thanks a lot in advance

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    octobre 18, 2020 à 8:07
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    You can do this in putty though. Open putty and select Telnet to start with, then select Colours under the Window category. Select Default Foreground in the colour adjustment area near the bottom. You can then click the modify button, and use the colour picker to get the right color. Click back to the Session category on the left, and select the Default settings configuration and then click save. This should make change the appearance when using Putty in GNS3. HTH

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    octobre 18, 2020 à 8:07
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    Hello nice video but for those who wanna practiced on it be careful to the serial slot he use and yours because if it is not the same when you tape the cmd "show ip eigrp neighbor" nothing gonna come.
    You can see this by right clic on the router >configure > slot
    Thanks

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    octobre 18, 2020 à 8:07
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    I downloaded the most recent version and I don't get the same interface that you are getting. It saves as a folder on my desktop then unzipped the folder to get the GNS3 application. Then when I open a project I don't have the same interface. My Cisco devices are not dragable.

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    octobre 18, 2020 à 8:07
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    You guys are awesome. I wonder if I can get a little help. I am now on a Mac using Mavericks 10.9.1. Would you mind making another getting started with GNS3 video, using Mavericks and GNS3 8.6? Thanks

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