Time
1 hour 19 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
2

Video Transcription

00:00
I wanna welcome to Gina's three Introduction. This is absolute of 123 creating a Cisco Iowa's router template.
00:09
So, in our episode overview here, the one that really old and focus on this episode we're gonna build a Cisco Iowa's router template for use in the lab later on.
00:20
So if we go ahead and bring up my virtual machine or you guys computer, I still have this set on what we previously had
00:26
and we already have our image file. Remember for the iris image who goto edits preferences,
00:34
and the one we're gonna want for this is we're gonna look under dine, omits
00:38
and under IOS routers. So we're gonna go ahead and hit new
00:43
when I browse that image file that I have. And that was on my desktop
00:49
under Dina mitts.
00:50
So go ahead and grab that right now or you say yes, decompress it.
00:55
You're gonna hear next
01:00
so you can't detect. So what, we're gonna do it? I'm just gonna name it, since for some reason, it can detect 37 45
01:06
we're on the platform with,
01:10
and you could set. This is an ether switch. I will show you in the next module. How'd it or what? That's actually useful fore.
01:18
So again, we want 256 megabytes of RAM
01:21
is the minimum, as we've seen earlier. Here's Regan throwing your different. Uh, you're either switch module if you want
01:27
what I'm actually gonna do. How much? You don't throw a couple WIC cards in there,
01:34
which would be used for, like, your serial port or something.
01:38
So I'm actually going to leave this idol pc?
01:42
Um,
01:42
registered there. If it doesn't have anything just idle pc finer
01:48
and just let it do its thing for a minute, it eventually will come back and let it go through.
01:53
So after that, we just hit finish.
01:55
We're gonna hit. Apply it. Okay,
01:59
once it finishes up there
02:00
and if we look in here under installed appliances, we should be able to drag and drop a 37 45 onto our network now.
02:12
So now I'm just gonna hit start, and we'll just take a look at the consul port of it just to make sure that it's actually building that Sisko image.
02:23
So Mary has to start it before you can run it.
02:25
Eventually list the solar winds one is kind of slow sometime soon. I don't know.
02:31
It's gonna call because you have the tabs. But it's kind of slow.
02:37
No way.
02:38
We're back in, and it seems like it's working. It seems like it's working properly.
02:42
Um, so if we just run a show version,
02:49
Version 12
02:52
TCP
02:54
go. So we're on the right image software. I'm gonna go ahead and bring this down. I'm gonna shrink this on. Always keeps turns a huge, um
03:04
anyway, so I'm just gonna go ahead and minimize this. We have our router template Now that we can use a genius. Three,
03:10
it's only next episode. We're actually gonna go ahead and use the switch that we have. Where we're gonna build our switch and we're gonna use one rounder. Are shouldn't create a basic routed network as well. So it's always if you guys have questions that need help, Feel free to shoot me a message. Otherwise, thank you for watching this. A lesson about four to senior. The rest of them

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