CCIE R&S V4.0 Troubleshooting GNS3 Lab 1
It is my pleasure to announce that I am publishing the first CCIE R&S V4.0 GNS3 TS lab in this post. I would first like to apologize for the delay. I know that many people have been waiting for this, so here you are.
As I have explained in my previous post, the topology used in the TS lab is based on the INE GNS3 Lab1 topology and I would like to thanks personally Brian Dennis for letting me use it. The topology is perfect for practicing your TS skills. I would also like to thanks my friend Mark for helping me in building the labs.
This is the first TS lab and I will continue adding new ones. For running the lab you will need a powerful machine as there are around 30 routers in the topology ( I am running it on a PC with an Intel i7-3630QM CPU with 8 GB RAM and the CPU is around 30 %). An alternative will be to use Amazon Web services, see my previous post.
I attach all the files you need to run the lab.
I hope you will enjoy doing the lab. The difficulty of the lab is around 6-7/10.
The next labs will be published the following months.
The TS-LAB1.rar file contains the following:
- Topology diagram: GNS3-TS-INE.png
- GNS3 Lab file: TS-LAB1.net
- Tickets: TS-LAB1-TICKETS.pdf
- Answers: TS-LAB1-TICKETS-ANSWERS.pdf
- GNS3 routers config files: Topology 1 Lab 1 Configs
To use the lab, just extract the TS-LAB.rar wherever you want. Then double clik on the TS-LAB1.net file. You should run the last version of GNS3.
You will need the IOS image to run the lab and it should match the following: c3725-adventerprisek9_ivs-mz.124-15.T13.image and must be located under C:\Users\Administrator\GNS3\Images (Otherwise change the path in the TS-LAB1.net file).Edit 22/09/2013 16:00: There has been a problem with the file, I will correct it and upload again, sorry for that! Edit 22/09/2013 17:00: The file is corrected and it should work now.