GNS3 Preference

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Updated Oct 03, 2011 by Nghia Nguyen GNS3 Preference

Tips: 1. Right click on router icon and choose idlepc to save memory and CPU resources. 2. Always open a new project with the two options in order to save your config so next time you open the project, all saved configuration will be loaded. Otherwise, you will have to start from the scratch.

3. Dont use Save as feature because the configuration file will be save in the same previous project. Just start a new project. 4. Remember which image you use when you save your project. Later on, if you change the default image, you will not able to open that project again. But dont worry too much about that. You can always go back to the folder you saved your project and find out what image you used for that project. It will be in the folder with _working. NOTE: Ver 12.3 and higher give you the ability to use do command in any mode to run privilege command. For ex: Router(config-if)#do show run NOTE: This is my image for the work I did before 09/23/2011. c2600-ik9s-mz.122-40a.bin in folder c2610-2613 under CISCO_IOS under Dropbox NOTE: some images do not have TCL script features. The image above has because of the a next to 40. So be careful when you choose your image.

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Updated Oct 03, 2011 by Nghia Nguyen

5. You can change the RAM amount while applying a new image in order to run more features IOS.

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6. General Tab

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Dynamips Tab

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Capture Tab (This is helpful to capture packets using Wireshark. Right click on the link and choose capture.)

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Pemu Tab

LAST IMPORTANT TIPS.

Updated Oct 03, 2011 by Nghia Nguyen

Updated Oct 03, 2011 by Nghia Nguyen

Updated Oct 03, 2011 by Nghia Nguyen

Updated Oct 03, 2011 by Nghia Nguyen

Updated Oct 03, 2011 by Nghia Nguyen

Updated Oct 03, 2011 by Nghia Nguyen