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2016:pacnog19-routing:lab-access

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
2014 A1
2021 B2
2022 C2
2023 P2
2024 A2
2031 B3
2032 C3
2033 P3
2034 A3

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
2016/pacnog19-routing/lab-access.txt · Last modified: 2016/11/30 23:31 by philip