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The Book of GNS3 by Jason C. Neumann

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Chapter 10. Cool Things To Do on a Rainy Day

Now that you’ve seen GNS3’s most commonly used features, let’s explore some fun tricks you can do with your GNS3 projects. First, you’ll create a simulated Cisco access server that functions like its real Cisco counterpart.

Next, I’ll show you how to move your GNS3 projects from one operating system to another and how to copy your GNS3 virtual router configurations from GNS3 to real Cisco routers. Finally, you’ll look at sharing a project’s resource load using multiple PCs, create some nerdy labs, and simulate a few real network scenarios.

Managing Devices from an Access Server

An access server allows you to manage all network devices from a central console so you can concurrently log on to multiple device ...

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