Topology: Multi-Homed VPN & Object Tracking – IP SLA – Floating Default Routes PLUS OSPF Over GRE TunnelWritten by LBSources from http://www.gns3-labs.com on June 27th, 2008 | 2 Comments
This lab is similar to Topology: Multi-Homed VPN & Object Tracking – IP SLA – Floating Default Routes. Call it “Part 2″ The only addition of to this lab is OSPF running over a GRE tunnel. Its currently using only 1 of the paths to get to the HQ (v284 router). In Part 3 I [...]
This lab was created based on a real world scenario and need. The need was to have 1 router at each end-point. One being the client side and the other being the side where their devices/services/apps reside (let’s call it the field). There is only one ISP at the client side and 2 available and [...]
Well .. It seems that someone has put some hard work into creating 3 awesome livecds. He’s (deadwait) built and tested Dynamips/Dynagen and GNS3 in the livecd and USB key formats. They are called DynaSlax, DynaSlaxGNS3 and I call the last DynaSlaxUSB No official docs for the USB or GNS3 version yet. I guess he’s [...]
Hello .. As you know GNS3-Labs is a place to share and trade GNS3 & Dynamips / Dynagen topologies & configurations. So if you’re currently studying for a certification and creating labs often for work, test or play; why not share them here when your done with them? Instead of letting them sit on your [...]
As per the original authoring thread: In the RAR file is the .Net file, the Cisco GLBP Configuration Guide, saved configs for the 2 GLBP routers and the 3 PC’s and text files with the basic commands used to configure the devices and GLBP. The PC’s are 1710 routers and can run any IOS using [...]
These are links to videos created by Timw of hacki.at. Timw is a helpful guy on the forums over there and took time to create some videos on configuring VMWare to work with Dynamips/Dynagen & GNS3. In one of the Videos he also teaches you how to setup a simple frame-relay lab. Video 1: VMWare [...]
This is a lab testing VLAN trunking, subinterfaces, router on a stick and 802.1q (DOT1Q) using 3640 routers as routers using the NM-16ESW module. The PCs are also 3640 routers. Routers Used: 3640 w/ NM-16ESW modules IOS: c3640-jk9s-mz.124-16a Feature of Topology: VLAN testing. Router On A Stick / Subinterfaces. Communicating with VLANs VIA the DOT1Q trunking protocol.
This lab was created by Jeremy of CiscoBlog.com. This lab is more of an exercise and does NOT include the configs. Routers Used: c2621 IOS: c2600-i-mz.123-26.bin Feature of Topology: 1) Basic setup of all Cisco routers 2) Configure all Cisco routers for SSH support 3) Configure IP connectivity and RIP routing support for Cisco network [...]
This is a deafult simple RIPv2 lab created by the GNS3 team. Routers Used: c2691 IOS: c2691-is-mz.123-22.bin Feature of Topology: Practice RIPv2 within a simple 4 router network
These labs were built based on BlindHogs’ Use Pemu as your Personal Firewall Routers Used: PIX IOS: ASA 8.0.3 Feature of Topology:Use PEMU as your personal firewall for your home, work or test lab.
These labs were built based on BlindHogs’ How To build A Frame Relay Lab Routers Used: 3640 IOS: c3640-jk9s-mz.124-16a Feature of Topology: Build a frame-relay network using a hub and spoke architecture.
These labs were built based on BlindHogs’ How to build an Internet Lab Part 1 & Part 2 Routers Used: 3640 IOS: c3640-jk9s-mz.124-16a Feature of Topology: Build Internet lab to emulate client sites, ISP and prepare for real world scenario testing
These labs were built based on BlindHogs’ How to configure a GRE/IPSec VPN – Part 2 Routers Used: 3640 IOS: c3640-jk9s-mz.124-16a Feature of Topology: EIGRP Running Over A GRE-IPSec VPN Tunnel With AUTHENTICATION
These labs were built based on BlindHogs’ How to configure a GRE/IPSec VPN – Part 1 Routers Used: 3640 IOS: c3640-jk9s-mz.124-16a Feature of Topology: EIGRP Over GRE-IPSec VPN Tunnel NO-AUTHENTICATION