Alright – Moving on and getting into some lab scenarios. No need to explain too much, all the information is below. This is a lab from the Cisco Networking Academy Lab Portfolio. CCNP Building Scalable Internetworks (BSCI 642-901) Lab Portfolio (Cisco Networking Academy) Instructions Plan, design, and implement the complex International Travel Agency (ITA) EIGRP [...]
Ok – So here is another CCNP BSCI / CCNA lab challenge. This lab is part of Chris Bryant’s CCNP lab manual. This is my second visit to these labs after completing the reading material and not having to look at a single bit of the guide for help to config this up! Impressive to [...]
Ok – So here is another CCNP BSCI / CCNA lab challenge. This lab is part of Chris Bryant’s CCNP lab manual. I haven’t included the solutions yet – I’ll give it some time and post that later .. First work on completing the lab and getting it to all work per the challenge. Ok [...]
Hey – So making my way back to normal life I’ve got a new lab to share from Angel (GNS3-Topology: NBMA over FRAME RELAY LAB) again! Great CCIE level lab he contributed. He’s got many features embedded into this lab. I will be getting other labs up soon enough. I still have the evilrouters series [...]
A member of the site name Angel Canario shared a basic lab topology that he put together. It’s not a lab exercise, but like many labs and topologies on the site; they can helpful to someone eventually. Angel has found this site to be very useful and says he’d donate all labs he creates once [...]
Hey we have another contributed lab. This one comes from Brahadesh.. He put together a little lab based on a exercise from another site and contributed it here to us. It’s great that you can find an exercise on the internet, whip it up real quick, work on it and share it afterward. It’s amazing [...]
A fellow reader by the name of Jim has submitted a great SIM lab for all of us BSCI seekers. In the lab he provides a scenario and within the archive he provides a solution file with all the steps to correctly solve the lab. Jim put some great effort into putting the lab together [...]
We have another great helper to the site. Mike Litka has shared a topology he put together while at Cisco Networkers 2008. He also put these labs together using the DynaSlaxGNS3 livecd. He has always had issues with GNS3 crashing on his pc, but since using the livecd he’s had no problems at all. Give [...]
Based on his 2.0 lab, this is v2.5 by the famous Justine White over at Hacki.AT. I will also put toghether the 3.0 lab also. This is a very high CPU intense lab so be warned. I used 3640 routers to minimize the resource taxing. As per the Justin in the original thread > MPLS [...]
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 | 4 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 [...]
These are the setups for the Chris Bryant labs. So if you’re studying for your CCNP and working with Chris’ material this is what you need! Routers Used: 3640 IOS: c3640-jk9s-mz.124-16a Feature of Topology: OSPF labs from Chris Bryant CCNP Study package.
These are the setups for the Chris Bryant labs. So if you’re studying for your CCNP and working with Chris’ material this is what you need! Routers Used: 3640 IOS: c3640-jk9s-mz.124-16a Feature of Topology: Core lab from Chris Bryant CCNP Study package.