Narbik GNS3

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Here are GNS3 .NET files and configs for most of Narbik’s labs in his Foundationw Advanced Routing and Switching and Bootcamp workbooks.Much thanks to Yuri Bank for creating the initial GNS3 .NET file for Narbik’s topology.  I’ve simply added to it with converted workbook configurations.  These have not been completely tech-edited and will probably have errors. Please email Humphrey Cheung at not5150@gmail.com with corrections.

  • Please use GNS3 0.8.4 (not tested yet with 0.8.5 or 0.8.6, but it should still work)
  • These .net files have been formatted for Windows users.
  • Linux versions will be made after all labs have been ported over to Windows.
  • Please purchase Narbik’s books at http://micronicstraining.com.

Contents

Foundation Volume 1

  • Frame-Relay 1-5
  • RIP – Labs 1-5
  • EIGRP – Labs 1-5
  • OSPF – Labs 1-12
  • Redistribution – Lab 1

Foundation Volume 2

  • BGP – Labs 1-10
  • IPv6 – Labs 1-10
  • IP Services – Labs 1-5
  • QoS – Labs 9 and 10 (can’t really do the others in GNS)

Advanced Routing and Switching Volume 1

  • Frame Relay Labs 1-9
  • RIP Labs 1-3
  • EIGRP Labs 1 – 4
  • OSPF Labs 1 – 19
  • BGP Labs 1 – 22
  • GRE Labs 1 – 4
  • IPSLA Labs 1 – 5
  • ODR Lab 1
  • PBR Lab 1
  • Redistribution Labs 1 – 4

Advanced Routing and Switching Volume 2

  • IP Prefix Lab 1
  • IPv6 Labs 1-8
  • IP Services Labs 1 – 10
  • NAT Lab 1 – 12
  • Security Labs 1 – 20
  • Multicast Labs 1 – 10 (always ping with repeat of 1 !!!! )
  • MPLS Lab 1 – 7
  • QoS Labs 9-13, 15-17, 19-24 (not verified)

Advanced Bootcamp Volume 1 (not verified)

  • RIP Lab 1
  • EIGRP Lab 1
  • OSPF Labs 1,2,3
  • BGP Labs 1,2,3
  • OER Labs 1 and 2
  • MPLS Labs 1 and 2
  • IP Services Labs 1 and 2
  • EEM Task 10
  • PBR Lab 1
  • PPP Lab 1
  • PPPoE Lab 1
  • Redistribution Labs 1 and 2
  • Security Labs 1 – 5

Advanced Bootcamp Volume 2 (not verified)

  • Backup Lab 1
  • IP Services Labs 1 and 2
  • MPLS Labs 1 and 2
  • OER Labs 1 and 2
  • Security Labs 1 – 5

You will have to change the following

  • idlepc
  • ios image location

SuperPutty users If you are too lazy to create all your sessions, just import the superputty-sessionimport file.

Updates

Update 13 – October 24 2013 4:55 PM Los Angeles Time

  • Minor cleanup of several Foundation and Adv Routing and Switching labs

Update 12 – October 9 2013 9:32 PM Taipei Time

  • Minor cleanup of eigrp and ospf labs in Adv Routing and Switching Vol 1
  • Added extra breakpoints in those labs as well

Update 11 – October 1 2013 11:25 AM Bangkok Time

  • Started adding some QoS labs, but majority can’t be done in GNS3
  • Cleanup of Foundation
  • Adding of breakpoints to Foundation Volume 1 labs

Update 10 – September 28 2013 2:43 AM Bangkok Time

  • Added breakpoints to MPLS labsFixed some interface problems with a couple MPLS labs

Update 9 – September 26 2013 11:51 AM Bangkok Time

  • Went through Multicast two more times, added breakpoints and cleaned it up a bit

Update 8 – September 26 2013 2:29 AM Bangkok Time

  • Added Multicast – all labs work!
  • Finished tech editing rest of Adv R&S Volume 2

Update 7 – September 25 2013 1:27 AM Bangkok Time

  • Finished tech editing Adv R&S Volume 1
  • Tech edited Volume 2 up to Security Lab 20

Update 6 September 19 2013 8:11 PM Bangkok Time

  • Tech edited Adv Routing & Switching Volume 1 – tons of changes
  • Pruned R&S Volume 1 labs of extra devices, reverted NM-16 switches into GNS3 native switches
  • Adv Routing&Switching NAT labs, removes IDLEMAX because it was stalling the NVI interface creation

Update 5 September 11 2013 11:25 AM Bangkok Time

  • Completed Foundation additions and verified configs
  • Pruned unnecessary switches/routers/fr switches from Foundation .net files, for labs using the GNS3 switch, you don’t need to worry about vlans.
  • God Bless America
4 comments on “Narbik GNS3
  1. roma says:

    where is questions – what i must to do with every lab ?
    some tickets / tasks ?

  2. Robert (NZ) says:

    Hey Humphrey

    Thanks for sharing this! This is excellent.

    Robert

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