Virtualization Archive

Rename VPCS Simulated Computers

Although Virtual PC Simulator does not offer graphical user interface and neither it supports all the commands that a full-fledged computer accepts. However there are few things which are still required if a computer wants to participate in Cisco network environment. PC name is ...Read More

Modify Default Port Numbers in VPCS

While working with VPCS, it becomes essential for the users to map the application with GNS3 in order to connect them with each other. For this purpose local and remote port numbers on VPCS are required. Although both the port numbers are by default ...Read More

Connecting GNS3 with VPCS

Once configuration of VPCS is done, now it is time to make appropriate changes in GNS3 application. This means that in the router emulator you need to add a cloud and map it to the, already running, Virtual PC Simulator. The process of mapping ...Read More

Assign IP Address to VPCS to Connect to GNS3

After you have downloaded and extracted VPCS compressed file, you are ready to configure an IP address on any of the simulation computer. This means that, since VPCS supports up to 9 simulation computers, every computer can be assigned a separate IP address. Configuring ...Read More

Save NVRAM as Separate File in GNS3

While saving configurations in NVRAM of any Cisco device, say router or switch, in physical devices, the things are prearranged are easily done as everything is real and tangible. However when talking about GNS3, just like all other virtualization applications, all the hardware which ...Read More

Modifying Default Projects Save Locations in GNS3

When saving configurations and topologies in GNS3, there are few additional steps which are required in order to get the things done in a managed way. You need to modify the default save location of the projects and related files so that you can ...Read More

Map Virtual Router with Physical LAN Card in GNS3

As GNS3 provides a complete virtualized solution as far as routing and switching of Cisco devices is concerned, the application can also be mapped with the physical LAN card and can be configured to communicate with the physical computer. This further means that virtual ...Read More