Configuring EIGRP – Named Mode

From its older brother IGRP which was developed in 1980s to overcome the limitations of RIP, EIGRP was an “Enhanced” IGRP protocol. The main purpose of EIGRP was to  overcome the limitations of classful networks and make EIGRP a classless routing protocol. During designing of this protocol a different convergence algorithm was used making EIGRP […]

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Setting up GNS3 1.1 on Ubuntu

It’s only been a week since GNS3 1.0 was released and it’s already been updated to 1.1 so in this post I have Ubuntu 14.04 LTS with the latest updates and its time to set up GNS3. GNS3 is an open source tool that helps network professionals run a virtual network right on their computer, […]

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GNS3 1.0 Public is Out

Get your IOS, IOU, XRV, 1000v, HP, Juniper, Arista, and other images ready because that’s the beauty of GNS3, it’s here and ready to download. I’m excited for this release although the last post I did was In May of 2014, which was about getting GNS3 Alpha 3 working on Windows, you can see the […]

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