Monthly Archives: August 2014

HOW TO install GNS3 on Ubuntu/Linux Mint/Debian

I wrote a script to keep my Linux Mint 17.0 GNS3 v1.0 beta install updated. [Edit: The script has been updated to download the latest release version, rather than the beta version] This script has been tested on 32 bit … Continue reading

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WordPress Changed their editor – and it sucks

Welcome to the keyhole. Trying to edit/create a blog post using WordPress just got harder (as if it wasn’t hard enough already!) When I go to create a page, the first thing you notice is that you have to edit … Continue reading

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VPCS Tutorial-updated

Many people are not aware of how to make the best use of the features the the Virtual PC Simulators (VPCS) application, so I thought I’d run a tutorial. This is re-work of the original tutorial I wrote, updated for … Continue reading

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GNS3 WorkBench v8.7 is ready for download

It has taken a while, but I’ve finally got all the files for GNS3 WorkBench v8.7 uploaded to sourceforge. And the Windows version (and OS X version) is better than ever. You can now enjoy all the exercises and labs … Continue reading

Posted in Cisco, dynamips, GNS3, GNS3 WorkBench, Labs, Router Configuration | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 11 Comments

ICND1 Readiness Test

Recently I had a student (let’s call him David) ask me “Do you think I am ready to sit the ICND1 exam?” Although David had studied the ICND1 text book, his skills were lacking when it came to configuring routers.  … Continue reading

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