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Getting BGP routes into dynamips (with video)

August 21, 2009

UPDATE: If you’re not interesting in doing this yourself and just want to see it in action, check out the video, “Dumping 265k BGP routes into dynamips”. When I went through these steps to document, I ended up with 298,870 prefixes in my dynamips router. When I did it the second time, to record the […]

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Dynamips, a 7200, and a full BGP table

August 7, 2009

I’ve been using dynamips on and off for a while now and always knew it was cool as hell, but this just really impressed me: c7200# show ip bgp summary BGP router identifier 192.168.1.201, local AS number 65101 BGP table version is 593019, main routing table version 593019 297882 network entries using 34852194 bytes of […]

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Visio Network Map

July 1, 2008

In regard to my last post, “Dynamips Lab Topologies Anyone?“, here’s the first network map I drew up in Visio. It was made to closely simulate the topology of Internet2, as depicted on the Internet2 Atlas (which is an awesome visualization tool, by the way). If you’re interested in seeing a .net file for Dynamips/Dynagen […]

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Dynamips Labs Topologies Anyone?

July 1, 2008

While there’s a plethora of labs to work through if you’re preparing for Cisco’s CCIE certification, there is nearly as much for the lower levels, specifically the CCNA. Regardless, I, like many others, have been making extensive use of Dynamips for running labs on a PC (even though I have my own home Cisco lab). […]

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