Download GNS3 2.1.1 Final
File Size: 92.34 MB If you are interested in computers and hardware or you like to experiment with connections between routers or switches, then you are bound to appreciate the feature set of GNS3, as it enables you to set up topologies of routers (like IOS and JunOS), firewalls (such as (ASA or PIX) and hosts without risking to break down your equipment. GNS3 supports several types of routers and switches, so it can help you study for certification exams such as Cisco CCNA, CCNP, CCIP, CCSP, CCVP and CCIE, Juniper JNCIA, JNCIS or JNCIE, while being equally useful to network engineers or admins. Once you install the application, you can start creating your own project scratch and add the objects you need by dragging and dropping them the devices panel onto the dedicated area. Next, you can establish relations between them as you see fit – when you try to create a faulty connection, GNS3 displays a warning message so you can correct your mistake. Due to this, you can rest assured that the topology you come up with can be applied on real devices without any glitches. You can adjust the attributes of each of your objects to helps them match your exact requirements, and test the configuration every step of the way by running a simulation. You can even customize the display within the main window of GNS3 by hiding layers, interface labels or hostnames. In a nutshell, if you are studying for a Cisco or Juniper certification exam, or you want to test a certain topology you created, you will surely appreciate the functions of GNS3. And since it is a freeware utility, you can just go ahead and discover its features yourself.
Whats New: Fix dragging appliance into topology nodes window, fixes: #2363 Fix Appliances in Docked mode, fixes: #2362 Create local variable in order to debug issue in the next occurrence, #2366 Fix ParseError: not well-formed (invalid token), #2364 Fix local variable ‘vm’ referenced before assignment #2365 Fix: ‘NodesDockWidget’ object has no attribute ‘uiNodesView’, #2362 Tentative fix for packet capture not working correctly when remote main server is configured. Ref #2111. Log Qt messages with log.debug instead of log.info. Fix auto idle-pc preferences. Fixes #2344. Snapshoting project without timeout but with button. Ref. #2314 Improve validation for idle-pc. Activate faulthandler. Add PATH to OS X console commands Use raw triple quotes in large console settings This eliminates one level of quoting Fix issue in node summary when console is not supported by a node. Remove unused symbols. Fixes #2320. Show console information in Topology Summary Dock. Fixes #2258. New option: require KVM. If false, Qemu VMs will not be prevented to run without KVM. Implement variable replacement for Qemu VM options. Show on what server a node is installed in the servers summary pane. Fixes #2279. Add more info when cannot remove capture file after stopping packet capture in a remote project. Ref #1223. Do not overwrites the disk images when copied to default directory. Fixes #2326. Only replace quoted telnet for macOS Telnet commands. Ref #2328. Support Telnet path containing spaces. Ref #2328. Fix problem when embedded telnet client path contains a space on macOS. Ref #2328. Do not launch console for builtin nodes when using the "Console to all nodes" button. Fixes #2309. Update frame_relay_switch_configuration_page_ui.py Turn off timeout for node creation www.gns3.com/
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