Build Your Own Networking Learning Environment on GNS3
- Install GNS3 software on your PC and transform it into a real labbing environment
Install and Run Cisco IOSv Router Layer 3 images in a GNS3 Topology
Install and Run Cisco IOSv Switch Layer 2 images in a GNS3 Topology
- Install and Run Cisco ASAv latest code in a GNS3 Topology
- Run real VMs into your topology, Windows VM integration is presented in the course
- Connect your topology to the REAL Internet
- Install and Run Fortinet Fortigate Firewall in a GNS3 Topology
- Upcoming Lectures: Install and Run Appliances in a Multi-Vendor Environment
- Student should have available a PC or Mac OS and desire to start practising on networking topologies and not just to watch theory lectures !
Do you want to learn how you can start learning and practising IT technologies on your own PC ? Whether you are one of my current students or not, this course is FREE and open to the community.
Stop learning technologies by watching courses based on theory lectures and start learning by practising each and every technology you are reading or studying about. Practise makes perfect !!!
In this course you will learn how to transform your PC into a real LAB environment using GNS3 software.
I will give you a complete walkthrough starting from installing the GNS3 software on your own equipment and then we will move to building networking topologies that include, for example, Cisco devices: IOSv router, IOSv layer 2 switch, ASAv appliance and much more.
Last but not least, you will learn how you can integrate real VM instances, for example a Windows VM, into your topology and provide connectivity between the VM and the rest of the topology.
Do you want to connect your topology to the internet as well ? This topic is also included in this course, so if you are interested, join now !!!
NO SLIDES included, just practical implementation and step-by-step guide on how you can successfully do it yourself !!!
- Anyone who wants to start building a real lab environment in order to practise IT technologies