Time
1 hour 19 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
2

Video Transcription

00:00
I won't. Welcome back to Gina's three Introduction. This is the last and final episode 2 to 4 Cisco Viral.
00:08
In this episode, we're gonna look at what viral is
00:11
the way you can deploy viral and your environment,
00:14
and we'll look. It is how it free is it.
00:18
So viral is the virtual Internet routing lab created by Cisco. This has true and up to date. Sisko image is completely license that you can actually be downloaded and used in Jenna's three as well. Or you can use them in viral so
00:32
virals environment actually can be run on your computer. If you have a strong enough computer or it can actually be deployed in the cloud, you can have it stored on servers and S S H into it,
00:43
or you can actually sometimes web into it and play with it there. So the actual full fledged version is $200 a year. But I'll actually show you there is some Reserve isn't is where we can do it for free.
00:55
So go ahead and bring up chrome. For some reason, I could not get this to work. And ej, I don't like toe
01:00
have it up here, but she's dropping information. So if you just Google viral, this is one of the first things that comes up. This is the
01:08
lab. So here's the main page you're gonna get to S o pre Rex. You actually want to buy it here. If you click on that, you're gonna see it's about $200 a year.
01:21
Um, 20 nodes, so that I mean, that's that's plenty. That 20 nodes is more than you will need for season, eh?
01:27
S o If you gotta learn it actually has some pretty
01:30
pretty cool stuff for wearing it.
01:33
That's the point moments. Where is it?
01:36
I just clicked on one,
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and here you can see,
01:40
you know, it shows how to actually run everything they've got to YouTube videos.
01:45
Um, so the different ways we can deploy here, So if you come to deploy, there's servers,
01:49
uh, PCs. We have bare metal images you can use.
01:53
So the one that's pretty cool is the packet. This is the, uh,
01:57
the one that you could actually deploy to like the cloud, and you can web into it as cessation to it VPN that kind of thing. It's actually pretty need um,
02:07
the one that pride you're gonna be interested in is how to get free. So if you start Googling Cisco definite for viral, you can actually get an instance. And you can reserve it for about a week for free, actually, is pretty cool. All you gotta do is just creating account with them. It's that's free as well.
02:24
You can log it with Google for its Facebook. If that's your thing. Never can if you have an account through that.
02:31
So I'm just gonna go ahead and try and take a look here. Just go viral, Dev Net
02:38
and just go right in this 1st 1 here
02:43
sometimes Cisco site is a little wonky.
02:46
Oh, there we go.
02:52
I do.
02:53
Sandbox is gonna be the one you are looking for.
02:58
Is there a sandbox?
03:00
Mine's already logged in, but I will ask. You have to log in as well. You go in there and just reserve
03:07
reserve your time, you can actually go in and use it.
03:10
So anyway,
03:13
up next sexy time to start learning. You can actually utilize these networks to start your C center. So you see Sienna or if you're going for a juniper one or something.
03:23
Utilized the equipment. Anyway, I hope you guys enjoyed this course. If you guys have questions, you need some help. Feel free to shoot me a message. Otherwise, thank you for watching this GS three. Courson, Look for teaching you again.

Network Fundamentals Using GNS3

This course will enable students to install and configure a basic GNS3 network lab that could later be used for other networking courses such as ICND1 and ICND2. GNS3 is an open source, free software option for graphical network simulations that support a variety of vendor devices.

Instructed By

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Trenton Darrow
Network Engineer at NCI Information Systems, Inc
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