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 +====== Lab Access Instructions ======
 +
 +===== Introduction =====
 +
 +This lab runs on a virtualised environment for Cisco IOS called "​Dynamips"​. The
 +method of access to each virtual router is via Telnet to a specific port on the
 +IP of the machine that runs the virtualization platform.
 +
 +For example:
 +
 +  $ telnet 10.10.0.241 2012  ​
 +
 +**The instructor will provide the IP address of the host in this particular
 +workshop. It will normally be s1.ws.nsrc.org,​ but the instructor will confirm
 +this at the start of this lab.**
 +
 +===== Dynamips Port to Router Console Map =====
 +
 +^ Port ^ Router ^
 +| 2001     | TR1        |
 +| 2002     | TR2        |
 +| 2003     | RS         |
 +| 2011     | B1         |
 +| 2012     | C1         |
 +| 2013     | P1         |
 +| 2021     | B2         |
 +| 2022     | C2         |
 +| 2023     | P2         |
 +| 2031     | B3         |
 +| 2032     | C3         |
 +| 2033     | P3         |
 +| ...      | ...        |
 +
 +===== Login instructions =====
 +
 +
 +After executing the telnet command, you will see something like the following:
 +
 +  Trying 10.10.0.241...
 +  Connected to 10.10.0.241. ​
 +  Escape character is '​^]'​. ​
 +  Connected to Dynamips VM "​R32"​ (ID 8, type c7200) - Console port
 +
 +Hit ENTER at this point. Then, if you see this question:
 +
 +  Would you like to enter the initial configuration dialog? [yes/no]:
 +
 +Answer "​no"​.
 +
 +The router will show some initialization routines, and finally, you will see the
 +default prompt:
 +
 +  Router>
 +
 +You can then go into privileged mode:
 +
 +  Router> enable ​
 +  Router#
 +
 +And then enter configuration mode:
 +
 +  Router# configure terminal
 +  Router(config)#​
 +
 +And you are ready to start entering configuration statements. When you are done,
 +exit configuration mode by typing *end* or pressing\* ctrl-Z\* and save your
 +changes:
 +
 +  Router(config)#​ end
 +  Router# write memory
 +
  
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