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Configuring the GNS3 Router Simulator

Index
Linking the IOS Image for Cisco 3640 Linking the IOS Image for Cisco 7200 VXR

Configuring Hosts
Enabling the Cisco 3600 Enabling the Cisco 7200 VXR Designing A Network

Linking the IOS Image for Cisco 3640


1) Run the GNS3 Simulator 2) Go to Edit IOS images and hypervisors

Linking the IOS Image for Cisco 3640


3) Click the Platform, choose c3600, and Model, choose 3640:

4) Click the browse button on Image file and choose the Cisco IOS in your local drive \GNS3 Router Simulator\Cisco IOS\ c3640-jk9o3s-mz.12416a.bin. Then a small window will appear, it will ask to uncompress, just click yes.

Linking the IOS Image for Cisco 3640


5) Then click the Save button. An IOS image will appear in the Images box as below:

Linking the IOS Image for Cisco 7200 VXR


1) Follow same procedure as before. Choose the Platform, c7200, choose the Image file in your local hard drive, c7200-adventerprisek9-mz.12424.T.bin, and click Save :

Configuring Hosts
1) Click on Edit Preferences

Configuring Hosts
2) Go to Qemu Qemu Guest. Create two hosts. First host then click Save:
Qemu Guest Settings:
Identifier: Microcore host1 Binary image: <path>/host1.img Memory: 64 MBNIC: e1000Q emu options: -no-acpi Identifier: Microcore host2 Binary image: <path>/host2.img Memory: 64 MBNIC: e1000Q emu options: -no-acpi

Configuring Hosts
3) You should see two hosts under the Qemu Guest Images:

Enabling the Cisco 3600


1) Click the Cisco 3600 and drag to the main screen. Then right click on the router then choose Configure:

Enabling the Cisco 3600


2) A new window will appear then go to Slots tab, then choose NMS16ESW. Click Ok:

Enabling the Cisco 7200


1) Click the Cisco 3600 and drag to the main screen. Then right click on the router then choose Configure:

Enabling the Cisco 7200


2) A new window will appear then go to Slots tab, then on slot 0 choose C7200-IO-2FE and on slot 1 choose PA-2FE-TX. Click Ok:

Designing A Network
1) Enable first the manual mode when adding links. Go to Edit Preferences.

Designing A Network
2) Under General go to GUI Settings tab, then click Always use manual mode when adding links then click Ok:

Designing A Network
3) Add one C3600 (R1) and one C7200 (R2) on to the main window. When adding host, click Qemu guest and drag it to the main window. Choose Microcore host 1 for first and Microcore host 2 for second.

Designing A Network
4) To add links, click on Add a link button Add a link

Designing A Network
5) To add links, connect R1 to QEMU1. Click R1 then a list of available (in RED) interfaces will show. Choose f0/0.

Designing A Network
6) A line appears coming from R1, move the cross pointer to QEMU1, then once you click it, a new set of interfaces will appear. Choose e0. Click on show interface button to show the interface names:

Designing A Network
7) Complete the procedure for the following. R1 connects to R2 and R2 connects to QEMU2:

Designing A Network
8) Run the network, by pressing the Play button. All the links are in Green, and in Topology Summary window on the left, all equipments are in Green:

The QEMU1 and QEMU2 windows will appear. While for R1 and R2, double-click on it to configure manually.