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Dynamips is a Cisco router emulator written by Christophe Fillot. It emulates , , , , , , and hardware platforms, and runs standard IOS images. Dynagen simplifies building and working with virtual networks: Uses a simple, easy to understand configuration file for specifying virtual router hardware configurations Simple syntax for interconnecting routers, bridges, frame-relay and ATM, and Ethernet switches. Dynagen can also control multiple Dynamips servers simultaneously for distributing large virtual networks across several machines. Or you can run Dynamips and Dyngen on the same system Provides a management CLI for listing devices, starting, stopping, reloading, suspending, resuming, and connecting to the consoles of virtual routers.

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We are specifying the TCP port that the Dynamips process is listening on as But if you set up Dynamips to listen on a different port you would specify it here. When talking to a remote server, you need to specify the working directory for this lab. As you may have noticed in the previous labs, Dynamips stores several files in the working directory. These include the NVRAM for the virtual router, as well as the bootflash, logfiles, and some other working files.

When running Dynamips and Dynagen on the same machine, you do not need to specify the working directory, because Dynagen defaults to using the same directory as the network file. But in a distributed setup the network file is on the client and the working files are on the host.

So specify the fully qualified path to the working directory on the Dynamips host. Be sure to use the correct directory separation character for the platform here forward slashes for a Linux system.

This includes the Dynamips server port defaults to TCP , the console ports e. Memory Usage Optimizations As described in the Resource Utilization section your labs can consume a large amount of real and virtual memory. With this feature, instead of each virtual router storing an identical copy of IOS in its virtual RAM the host will allocate one shared region of memory that they will all utilize.

This option can be used in several places: If used at the top level, ghostios is applied to all router instances in the lab If used at the defaults section e. They will be ignored. The other files typically created with a router instance are created as well log, nvram, and possibly bootflash files.

Measuring the amount of host memory saved with ghostios can be a little tricky due to the complexities of memory management in modern OSs. For example, on Windows, after the VM space used by cygwin and other libraries dynamips depends on, this only leaves room for 4 router instances MB each! Enabling sparsemem only allocates virtual memory on the host that is actually used by IOS in that router instance, rather than the entire amount of RAM configured.

This can allow you to run more instances per dynamips process before you have to resort to running multiple dynamips processes. See this FAQ item for more info on this issue. If you use ghostios, the shared memory will be memory-mapped no matter what your mmap setting is. If you enable sparse-mem, no memory mapping will occur for router memory.

You can choose to use ghostios or sparsemem separately or together. Here is an example network file with typical ghostios and sparsemem usage — configured at the top level so that they are applied to all router instances in the lab:.

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However, networks are simply not complete without switches. Adding switches is not so easy, but it is definitely doable. In this article, we are going to give you a step-by-step tutorial on how to add Cisco switches to your GNS3 topology. Its simple purpose is to run the emulation of your devices in a centralized point: this saves you a lot of resources. How does it work?

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Dynamips is a Cisco router emulator written by Christophe Fillot. It emulates , , , , and hardware platforms, and runs standard IOS images. Dynagen simplifies building and working with virtual networks: Uses a simple, easy to understand configuration file for specifying virtual router hardware configurations Simple syntax for interconnecting routers, bridges, frame-relay and ATM, and Ethernet switches. Dynagen can also control multiple Dynamips servers simultaneously for distributing large virtual networks across several machines. Or you can run Dynamips and Dyngen on the same system Provides a management CLI for listing devices, starting, stopping, reloading, suspending, resuming, and connecting to the consoles of virtual routers. Dynagen is written in Python, and is therefore compatible with any platform for which there is a Python interpreter which is to say, many.

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The source code is available on GitHub if you are interested in taking a peek at the code. Join the community or volunteer to check code or add code recommendations. With over , community members, we can all learn from each other. There are, however, other options available that you can use.

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