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GNS3 is one of the renown and best network software simulator released in 2008. In GNS3 you can import Cisco IOS Router images and practice as much as you want.

We will explain you step by step process of How to add Cisco IOS (Dyanamips Images) to GNS3.

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Content-
1. Download Cisco IOS (Dyanamips Images)
2. Importing Cisco IOS image to GNS3
3. Calculating Idle-PC

if you want to practice Cisco ASA / IOU/ IOL on eve-ng for your certification or knowledge then check below posts-

How to add Cisco IOU/IOL to Eve-ng
How to add Cisco ASAv to Eve-ng

1. Download Cisco IOS (Dynamips images) GNS3

In order run Cisco IOS image in GNS3, first we need to download the images. We have provided two links – one from Cisco Website if you have the access and encase you do not have the access to Cisco Software you can use external link to download the images. Images provided below are strictly for education purpose and are not hosted on networkhunt.com server. We are just indexing the links find on internet for education purpose only.

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You can download Cisco IOS (dynamips images) from below links.
1. Cisco Website (Cisco Access required to download images from cisco website.
2. Mega
https://mega.nz/#F!fpxnXIKB!twpa-jzH4ReWZFq5uZENZg

2. Add Cisco IOS (Dynamips images) to GNS3

Before Importing Cisco IOS images to GNS3, I am asumsing you have already installed GNS3 and if you have not installed GNS3 you can follow below link to install and configure GNS3 step by Step process.

How to install GNS3 step by step Process.

  • Start GNS3 and Click Edit from top left bar and select Preferences.
  • Now, we have to upload the Cisco IOS images to GNS3.
    Once Preferences popup comes up, select IOS routers from Dyanamips tab.
    Now click the IOS router option it will show you the option to add new IOS router image on right side.
  • Select New Image option and click Browse button. Now select the downloaded IOS image file which you want to use for your lab.
  • GNS3 supports both type of files compressed and decompressed and by default IOS files are compressed. If GNS3 asked to decompress the file, select no.
  • Click next and continue the Wizard.
  • If selected IOS belongs to an outdated device, wizard may display a warning message.In real life, using an outdated device is not recommended. Since GNS3 uses a real Cisco IOS, it also follows the same recommendation and warns us about the outdated IOS. If we are going to use this device only for CCNA exam preparation or to get some hands on experience on Cisco IOS, we can ignore this message.
  • Now wizard extracts the hardware information (platform and chassis number) form selected IOS file and lists it in next screen along with an automatically populated device name.If extracted information does not match with device, select the correct platform and chassis number from drop down. If require, you may also adjust the device name.

    Verify / adjust the information and Click Next button to continue

  • Next screen allows us set the RAM size for this device. By default wizard automatically allocates the minimum recommended memory (RAM) for device. But if require, we can adjust it to match with our specific requirement.
  • If selected IOS belongs to a modular device, next screen allows us to install the interfaces in available slots.
  • Select appropriate interfaces and click Next button.
  • Just like interfaces slots, if selected IOS belongs to a device which has WIC modules, next screen allows to install the WIC interface in WIC slots.
  • Select the desire WIC interface and click Next button
  • Next screen allows us to put a limit on CPU usage by this IOS. We should always specify this value. This value prevents a faulty or buggy IOS from consuming entire CPU cycles. Once this value is configured, GNS3 does not allow IOS from consuming CPU beyond this limit.

    3. Calculating Idle-PC

    Click Idle-PC finder button and use the suggested value in this field.

  • Click Finish button to close the wizard

And Enjoy

April 22, 2020srijit

Hello there,

So, we are all aware of Juniper’s excellent series of routers and firewalls better known as MX Series Routers and SRX Security Devices or Firewalls. We all love doing labs, be it for our IT Certification or before deploying a major project. But buying expensive hardware is not always the best option. Introducing Juniper vMX & vSRX product portfolio not only helped the Service Providers and Enterprises deploy new services quickly but also it did help thousands of students and professionals globally to practice on real JunOS environment.Thus, in this short post I would love to show you how you can download Juniper vMX & vSRX and start your home lab in GNS3. Though this article mainly focuses on GNS3 environment, it can be deployed on ESXi also.

Time needed: 3 days.

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Let’s look how to download Juniper vMX & vSRX (the official way)

  1. Visit Juniper’s Website

    First of all visit https://www.juniper.net/us/en/dm/free-vmx-trial/ & https://www.juniper.net/us/en/dm/free-vsrx-trial/
    They provide 60 days trials for the vMX and vSRX products, but limited to Juniper product owners only.

  2. Create an Account in Juniper’s Website

    A customer account is mandatory for downloading the trials. That means you must own a Juniper product or a Juniper Support Contract. Only then you might be provided access to these downloads. You need to key in the product serial or contract details for account creation. After request is submitted then it will be validated by Juniper Compliance team to get your account activated.

  3. Start the download

    Once your account is activated, you may login and start to download Juniper vMX & vSRX trials from the links mentioned above.

  4. Download the license file

    Once the download is completed, copy the license from the above links and save it in a notepad.

  5. Setup GNS3 Environment and start your lab

    After all the files are in place, prepare your GNS3. I will write a separate blog post on How to setup Juniper vMX lab in GNS. Don’t forget to apply the license you have saved earlier for a flat 60 days eavluation.

“The bad news is time flies. The good news is you’re the pilot”

Michael Altshuler

So, let’s not waste time and see how to download latest Juniper vMX & vSRX in a super-fast way

  • I have already made things easier for you. Just click on the below link and start your download.
    Download Juniper vMX Evaluation –https://i.srijit.com/2wZce6x
    Download Juniper vSRX Evaluation –https://i.srijit.com/2VSV56S
  • Once downloaded, prepare your GNS3 environment. As I said earlier, I will write a separate blog post on How to setup Juniper vMX lab in GNS. No need to worry!
  • Start building your Juniper Lab.

Version and file details –

vMX –
👉 For ESXi environment – vmx-bundle-esxi-18.2R1.9.tgz
👉 For KVM environment (also for use with GNS3) – vmx-bundle-18.2R1.9.tgz
👉 Trial License for 60 days
vSRX –
👉 junos-vsrx3-x86-64-19.2R1.8.qcow2
👉 junos-vsrx3-x86-64-19.2R1.8.ide.ova
👉 junos-vsrx3-x86-64-20.1R1.11.qcow2
👉 junos-vsrx3-x86-64-20.1R1.11.ide.ova
👉 junos-media-vsrx-x86-64-vmdisk-20.1R1.11.qcow2
👉 junos-media-vsrx-x86-64-vmdisk-20.1R1.11.ide.ova
👉 Trial License for 60 days
Bonus Materials –
👉 GNS3 vCP and vFP appliance modified to support latest version vMX 18.2R1.9
👉 Juniper DayOne vMX Ebook
👉 Explore Junos CLI 2nd Edition Ebook
👉 JunOS for IOS Engineers Ebook

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If your are looking for other versions of Juniper JunOS, I have a seperate blog for it here – http://srijit.com/download-working-juniper-junos-for-gns3/

Hope, it helped. All the best for your next lab and stay safe!

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