- Log off and then log on by using the WirelessUser account in the wirelessdemo.local domain.
- Choose Start > Control Panel, double-click Network Connections, and then right-click Wireless Network Connection.
- Click Properties, go to the Wireless Networks tab, and ensure that the Use Windows to configure my wireless network settingsis checked.
- Click Add.
- Under the Association tab, type Employee in the Network name (SSID) field.
- Select WPA for the Network Authentication and ensure that Data Encryption is set to TKIP.
- A dynamic mode (no design/emulation modes)
- A new .net save/load.
- c1700 and WICS support.
- PIX emulation.
- Dynamips’s ATM bridge.
- Capture feature for links from the GUI.
- IDLE PC calculation from the GUI.
- GUI improvements (save the window state when closing GNS3 …)
- Annotation feature.
- Project feature (you can keep router configs, nvram …)
- NULL NIO support.
- PDF export.
- New languages.
- Connect MacOSX and GNS3 through loopback-interface
- Set up NAT in MacOSX
root@%cli root>edit  root#  root#set system root-authentication plain-text-password New password: Retype new password:  root#set interfaces em0 unit 0 family inet address 10.0.0.1/8  root#commit commit complete
You can update your version of JunOS from the CLI with the following command:
request system software add [jinstall_package]
Now you have a base olive image. Qemu allows you to use this as a base for other images and only writing the changes to your “slave” images saving on disk space! You can also use less memory for each Qemu instance.
Create a new image off of your base image. Repeat for all your routers you want to emulate:
qemu-img create -b olive-base.img -f qcow2 R1.img
Start your router and then telnet to it:
qemu R1.img 96 telnet::2001,server,nowait \
-localtime -net nic,macaddr=00:aa:00:60:01:01,model=e1000 -net user telnet localhost
So what’s new you would say? First, I chose to use the latest version of Qemu: the 0.11.0 which supports the Intel e1000 network card emulation since version 0.10.0. and includes several fixes for it. I have modified and adapted the old patch for Qemu 0.11.0, it includes the UDP tunnel (connection to Dynamips/GNS3), PCAP and LCAP support. Also, the patch allows multicast traffic with the e1000, i82557b and i82559er Qemu emulated network cards. Moreover, this article show how to emulate JunOS on multiple operating systems: Mac OS X, Windows XP and Linux Ubuntu 9.04 without using an untrustworthy obscure binary downloaded from a forum you can’t even read the language
Having one Olive box is great for CLI familiarity but multiple Olives interacting with each other is the only way to really get to grips with the routing protocols and route filtering techniques. Once one Olive session is fully built, it's a piece of cake to mirror this so you can have 2 or 3 or more (resources dependant) on one box. The main limiting factor of this approach is the lack of physical serial ports on the server. Mine only has a single COM1. To get round this, I used the FREEWARE HW Virtual Serial Port v2.5.10 software from HW-group. Using the command line (or creating shortcuts in the Windows user profile startup folder so it was persistent), I created 3 new virtual serial ports that were setup as telnet servers (COM2 on port 2009, COM3 on port 2010, COM4 on port 2011) so I can telnet to these and be "attached" to the various Olive console ports. Yes, this does mean my doctoring of the cable above was interesting, but not entirely necessary.
J-series Juniper routers automatically come bundled with J-Web (click here for the complete J-Web 8.3 PDF user guide - 1.81 MB). When an Olive is built, the software believes it is an M series device, and does not install J-Web, however if you have the install module, it's a piece of cake. I have installed J-web 8.3 to each of my Olive virtual machines and the process is as follows:
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Installation of GNS3
Because all necessary things are packaged, this is recommended for Windows in "win32-all-in-one.exe".
THIS PROCEDURE MADE UP WITHIN MULTIPLE PARTS:
3. Configure Hypervisor
4. Edit Dynamips on the client
5. Edit Dynamips on the Server
6. Start Dynamips on SVR and Client
7. Start GNS3 and create simple topology
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This is a list of known 3rd party, independently developed drivers for OSx86 which aren't shipped with the Standard OSx86 Installation DVD. So feel free to add your own tested and working drivers.
In order to install "Asterisk GUI" you'll need:
Concurrent Versions System (CVS)
asterisk 1.4 - and all modules needed to compile and install asterisk 1.4
Go to your installation directory (for example '/usr/src') and download the latest version of asterisk-gui. To do this just execute the command:
* Asterisk 1.2 - the stable version
* Asterisk 1.4 - the version that is currently in beta testing
When you know which version you want to install download the according packages.
Note that we will install also libpri and zaptel packages. They are optional for Asterisk but if you want to use Asterisk with MeetMe (see MeetMe application and meetme.conf) or to use MusicOnHold you'll have to install zaptel. The TDMoE cards will also need the zaptel module in order to work correctly. If you will use PRI cards you'll have to install libpri module.
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- Need drivers? Get help with the 3rd Party Drivers List.
- Visit our TPM Resource Center for everything you've ever wanted to know about the Trusted Platform Module.
- Check Apple hardware on Intel based Mac.
Tips and Tweaks
- Having a problem with your audio card? Is your USB printer broken? How about PowerPC apps? Our Tips And Tricks page covers these problems and much more..
- If your OSx86 installation is running slowly, please check out ourSpeedBoost section.
- Finally, SSE2 patches will help you get PPC apps working on older SSE2 machines.
3rd Party Drivers – OSx86
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