Cisco WAN :: GNS3 Track 1 IP SLA Command Not Available
Dec 20, 2011
I was just brushing up few things in GNS3 and after setting up an SLA.Now when I want to set the track ip I get not option for sla why??I am running c3725-adventerprisek9-mz.124-15.T5 shouldn't it be available?
I'm reading the CCNA Sec book (554) and I've just finished a few chapters on CCP.Is the tool free? Can it be simulated in PT, or emulated in GNS3? Speaking of which, can the entire CCNA/CCNP Sec track be emulated in GNS3?
I have an 877 router which has a DSL WAN interface. The DSL service at this site is unreliable, so the company have purchased a separate 3G router to be used as a backup. This device maintains 3G connectivity at all times and has a static IP on the internal subnet (for arguments sake let's say 10.0.0.253).
What I want to do with the Cisco router is to track the DSL interface and if it is up, install a default route pointing to it. If it is down, I want the default route to be the 3G router.
I am thinking the best way to do this is to set up a track and then set 2 default routes; one which is installed if the tracking is up, the other has a higher admin distance and points to the 3G router and thus should only be used if the track is down. For example:
track 10 interface Dialer0 ip routing delay down 30 up 30 ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 Dialer0 track 10 ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 10.0.0.253 100
Is this likely to work or is there a better way to do it?
I'm using GNS3 in order to revise CCNA, the RIP part But I don't know why, i'v got a pbl with the routage table, especially with the metric which is wrong I don't understand wy the metric is always 1, because it should be 2 or 3 according to the network.
I want to ping my GNS3 routers from my real LAN PCs. Right now I am able to ping those GNS3 routers from real PC on which GNS3 is installed. The network topology is something like this.
-IP of GNS3 PC on which GNS3 is installed. 192.168.1.102/24 default gateway of LAN: 192.168.1.1/24
I have created a loopback adapter and assigned the IP address of 192.168.1.200/24 (IP is also of same LAN) the cloud and virtual router is dragged and router interface is assigned the IP 192.168.1.201/24. I am able to ping my router interface from 192.168.1.102 (System on which GNS3 is installed). What I want is to ping my router's interface from other LAN PCs line 192.168.1.104, 192.168.105 or from my gateway 192.168.1.1.
I am trying to do a Multicast lab in gns3 with a tap interface in os x and a linux vm in virtualbox. The os x box is broadcasting to 18.104.22.168. I have verified IP connectivity. I am using PIM dense mode. When I perform a packet capture on the tap interface I see no traffic to 22.214.171.124. However when I ping 126.96.36.199 from os x I see the traffic. Attached is my topology
I test all devices using ping command, from ASA to router was fine (on both interface) but not to Host , and host to router was fine, but only on directly interface(F1/0), and to ASA was not success. am i miss something in my configuration?
I have to use GNS3 for simulate ASA5540.but it does not work. I've installed latest GNS3(0.8.3.1 all in one) in Win7 32bit environment, and used IOS file is asa842-k8.bin.but i can't unpack it properly. it said "Couldn't find any ZIP header in asa842-k8.bin".
I'm about to setup as ASA configuration with GNS3 ASA. how to best test the configuration once complete? I need something like a verification plan to ensure that the configuration would perform if in production.
How many of you use GNS3 for ASA 5500 Firewalls along with ASDM? While I am on the subject of GNS3 I had a questions about the new version and the capture feature. I installed the latest version last night with the new live capture features but it seems to be only one way capture. T Is there a way to fix this?
I need to be able to run more than one BGP routing process on my lab router. I have over connected BGP routers connected to my live production network and I need to emulate the production network with GNS3. However, BGP rules only allow a single BGP routing process on a single router. how to overcome this limitation for my lab?
I am trying to configure a client profile under the Any Connect Client Profile tab in the ASDM but keep getting an error message stating "Check that you have a proper Any Connect package installed in the Any Connect Client Software menu. Also check that your ASDM username have enough privilege." My user has sufficient privilege but I am not sure which Any Connect software I should have to enable this. Right now I have anyconnect-win-3.0.10055-k9.pkg installed. This is a lab setup using GNS3.
am using GNS3, and have the 16port switching module. I have created a PC instance and connecting to f/0/0 which is a layer 3 port, I can connect via layer 3 IPs. I then reconfigured and connected the PC instance via a layer 2 port f2/0 which is part of the 16port switch module. All 16 ports are by default in vlan 1. I assigned an IP of 10.1.9.1/24 to the VLAN and gave the PC 10.1.9.2/24. I cannot ping and I cannot even ping 10.1.9.1, the VLAN 1 IP. [code]
I am trying to connect my Ubuntu PC with gns3 router using loopback interface tap0, I am trying to configure the ip address of tap0 by using gns3 router as DHCP Server. But I am finding it difficult to do so.
we are moving to different providers. We currently have multiple sites that have MLP bundles going to our current provider. We are trying to limit our network disruptions by creating a new MLP bundle group and connect it to the new provider, but are having no luck. In a GNS3 lab I have setup I am able to keep my existing MLP bundle up/up over the current provider network. When I attempt to bring up a new MLP group to the other provider my MLP does not come up and keeps going up/up then down/down and shows inactive. Is it possible to have one MLP group go to current vendor router, then create another MLP group and go to the other router?
Im looking for some software to monitor general info on the computers in the office. I would like to be able to service a computer and be able to pull up service notes, info on hardware and just be able to keep track of what we have been doing to all of the computers [code]...
We got a 3310MSE that does not track clients.,rogues etc for some reason.
- there are no firewalls between PNCS and MSE - clocks are synced up with NTP - CAS is running on the MSE - I have added controllers and a test site with clients and is synced up with the MSE. - Have enabled tracking under tracking doe clients and rogues excluding adhoc rogue APs -we only have 100 element license.
The only other thing worth mentioning is that MSE is running version 6 firmware and the controllers are 7.0.220 but I do not think this should prevent MSE from tracking devices. [code]
We've recently upgraded our switches from 10/100 over to FOUR Dell 2848 (GB Managed switches) and using one as a director (fiber uplink).We are all on GB networks now and we've been running into issues tracking down what's hogging up most of our bandwidth (local area network) throughout our company.We need to track down which machines are copying data to servers and vise versa.
My home network has two routers. My setup is...modem to router 1, then router 1 to router 2. is there a way to track the bandwidth usage on the two routers. My ISP says that I'm going over my bandwidth allowance and that's because in my household, we are hardcore gamers, netflix, and internet users. Router 2 belongs to my sister-in-law, and router 1 is mine. But I want to know which and more importantly, "WHO" is using more of the bandwidth.