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If you have not used GNS3 before, then this course is for you! Learn how to download, install and configure GNS3 on a Windows PC. This course is a dynamic course and will be constantly update with new features and information.
Expect monthly content updates with each release of the software to make sure you have the latest and greatest information including comprehensive labs and training materials. David worked directly with the GNS3 development team to make sure that this course captured all the ins-and-outs of the software. We have worked hard to jam pack as much information in the course including the NEW GNS3 VM for VirtualBox, VMware Workstation and ESXi. Best of all you can download the video and labs in the course and take them on the road when you are studying for that next network certification of spinning up a POC with GNS3.
Learn the basics (and some advanced topics) of GNS3 including:
> Understand why you would use GNS3 and the differences between emulating and simulating network devices
> Getting started with the software from soup to nuts including: IOS selection, hardware requirement, switching support, install of the new GNS3 VM with VMware & ESXi, getting familiar with the GUI and icons and more!
> Get Access to some amazing FREE tools that complement and work well with GNS3 including Solarwinds Response Time Viewer which helps to quickly analyze Wireshark packet capture files to troubleshoot performance issues.
> Interactive LABS that we will be updating each month to make sure you have hands-on practical applications to test and build on including the new CumulusVX (Linux Networking Operating System)
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|Section 1: Welcome|
|Section 2: Menu of topics in the course|
GNS3 Fundamentals Course Topics
GNS3 Hardware requirements
Emulated versus Simulated devices
IOS Image selection
Troubleshooting Part 1: View this first
Troubleshooting Part 2: Memory and router crashes
IMPORTANT: Recommendations (GNS3 VM versus Dynamips)
Installation and setup of GNS3 (Dynamips install)
GNS3 VM - what should I download?
Installation of GNS3 using the GNS3 VM
GNS3 VMware VM
GNS3 GUI Part 1: Workspace and others
GNS3 GUI Part 2: Projects
GNS3 GUI Part 3: Snapshots
GNS3 GUI Part 4: More GUI Options & demonstrations
VPCS - lightweight PCs
Router on a stick (IOS router and GNS3 Layer 2 switch)
GNS3 Hub, Switch, Wireshark captures (including password capturing)
Cisco Etherswitch Service module (Layer 2 switching)
GNS3 Frame Relay switch
Cisco IOS router as a Frame Relay switch
Connect GNS3 to the Internet and enable NAT
Solarwinds Free Tools
Cumulus VX (Linux Networking Operating System)
GNS3 VM and ESXi
Thank you and please give feedback
|Section 3: Download all Content|
Download MP4s and Lab Guides
|Section 4: GNS3 Overview|
Why use GNS3?
GNS3 - Emulation options
Can GNS3 run on a server?
Who uses GNS3?
|Section 5: Lab Guides|
Get your GNS3 lab guides
|Section 6: GNS3 Hardware requirements|
GNS3 Hardware requirementsPreview
|Section 7: Emulated versus Simulated devices|
GNS3 Emulated versus Simulated devices
|Section 8: IOS Image selection|
Which IOS image should I use?
|Section 9: Switching support|
What about switches. Does GNS3 support switching
|Section 10: Troubleshooting Part 1 View this first|
|Section 11: Troubleshooting Part 2: Memory and router crashes|
Router crashes because of lack of memory - make sure to check Cisco's websitPreview
|Section 12: IMPORTANT: Recommendations (GNS3 VM versus Dynamips)|
Should you be using the GNS3 VM?
|Section 13: Installation and setup of GNS3 (Dynamips install)|
GNS3 download (Windows)
GNS3 Installation (Windows Dynamips)
Let the fun begin! You first GNS3 topology
Enable OSPF routing
|Section 14: GNS3 VM - what should I download?|
Do I need the GNS3 all-in-one file and the VM?
|Section 15: Installation of GNS3 using the GNS3 VM|
GNS VM download
Setup wizard (continued)
Unpublished- GNS3 VM IOS upload
GNS3 VM router setup
GNS3 VM and OSPF demonstration
Local server and Local GNS3 VM demonstration
|Section 16: GNS3 VMware VM|
VMware Workstation GNS3 VM
|Section 17: GNS3 GUI Part 1 Workspace and others|
GNS3 Topology Summary
GNS3 Menu Overview
|Section 18: GNS3 GUI Part 2: Projects|
GNS3 Project Terminology
|Section 19: GNS3 GUI Part 3: Snapshots|
|Section 20: GNS3 GUI Part 4: More GUI Options & demonstrations|
Console connect to all devices
Start, suspend and stop routers - EIGRP convergence demostration
Pause Router Demo with EIGRP demonstration
Notes, Pictures, Zoom, Ellipses, Rectangles, Layers
|Section 21: VPCS - lightweight PCs|
Cisco Router and VPCS PCs
|Section 22: Router on a stick (IOS router and GNS3 Layer 2 switch)|
Router on a stick overview
Router configuration (subinterfaces)
Wireshark capture of 802.1Q frames
|Section 23: GNS3 Hub, Switch, Wireshark captures (including password capturing)|
Ethernet Hub, switch and Wireshark captures
Password captures using GNS3 hub and Wireshark
Ethernet Switch and Wireshark captures of 802.1Q frames
|Section 24: Cisco Etherswitch Service module (Layer 2 switching)|
Cisco Etherswitch Service Module Overview
Spanning Tree, PCMCIA setup, memory setup
Format Flash and set up VTP
Verify PC Connectivity
Spanning Tree testing
Move PCs to another VLAN
GNS3 Etherswitch Wizard
|Section 25: GNS3 Frame Relay switch|
Frame Relay Overview
Build a Frame Relay network
OSPF neighbors across Frame Relay
|Section 26: Cisco IOS router as a Frame Relay switch|
Cisco Router as Frame Relay switch configuration
Frame Relay testing
|Section 27: Connect GNS3 to the Internet and enable NAT|
Internet and NAT overview
Topology creation and cloud configuration
David Bombal (CCIE #11023 Emeritus) passed his Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert Routing and Switching exam in January 2003 and is one of a small percentage of Cisco Engineers that pass their CCIE labs on their first attempt.
David is also a Cisco Certified Systems Instructor (CCSI #22787) and has been training Cisco courses for over 15 years and has delivered instructor led courses in various countries around the world covering a wide range of Cisco topics from CCNA to CCIE.
He has also personally developed Cisco engineer utilities such as the VPN Config Generator, software, training materials, EBooks, videos and other products which are used throughout the world.
David has designed, implemented and managed networks ranging from single sites to those that span 50 countries.