This tutorial will walk you through the process of settting up a distributed GNS3 topology where you can use different external hypervisor engines and run GNS3 topology in much easier and smoother fashion.This helps you utilize resources at hand in an efficient manner by distributing processor load across multiple hardware platforms. Most people use WindowsXP [...]

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In this tutorial, i will demonstrate configuration of IPv6 addressing in both Windows XP machine and Cisco Router (GNS3).One of most flexible migration approach to IPv6 will be  “Dual-stack” approach which means that network devices will have both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses simultaneosly. Both TCP/IPv4 and TCP/IPv6 protocol stacks will work together seamlessly for quite [...]

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This tutorial will help you lock down your Cisco gear’s configuration access.This feature comes in very handy for making day-to-day configuration changes.The “Configuration Lock” feature also known as “Exclusive Configuration Change Access ” allows you to have exclusive change access to the Cisco IOS running configuration, preventing multiple users from making concurrent configuration changes to [...]

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In this tutorial, I will show you how you can setup your PuTTY Connection Manager (PuTTyCM) with GNS3. This will help you to manage all your cisco/network devices from single window. PuTTyCM is a great free utility that allows you manage PuTTY connections. It gives you the ability to create tabs and manage your connections [...]

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