How to Install GNS3 2.1.0 on MacOS High Sierra? – The most recent version of the GNS3 network simulator program has upgraded to the 2.1.0.
How to Install GNS3 2.1.0 on MacOS High Sierra?
The GNS3program is the most common program used to prepare for the Cisco exams and is frequently used by many companies. The GNS3 program is getting stronger and stronger than its competitors.
The GNS3 2.1.0 version was released on November 10, 2017. In the GNS3 2.1.0 version, there are many innovations and improvements compared to the previous version.
In our previous tutorials, we reviewed the GNS3 installation steps on Windowsand Linux/Ubuntu operating systems. We also examined the installation and use of GNS3 on a MacOSoperating system. You can access this articles from the links below;
You can also easily install and run the GNS3 program on Apple-branded computers. Apple released the MacOS High Sierra 10.13operating system in the previous months. In this article, we will install GNS3 2.1.0 on MacOS High Sierra 10.13 and finally we will add one Cisco Router c7200 to GNS3 program.
How to Install GNS3 2.1.0 on MacOS High Sierra 10.13?
To install GNS3 2.1.0 on MacOS, follow the steps below.
To download GNS3 2.1.0for MacOS, go to GNS3 site and click Download button.
Click the Download button under the Mac option in the window where GNS3 options for Windows, Linux, and Mac are available.
After downloading GNS3 2.1.0 to your computer, double-click on the file with the DMG extension, and then drag and drop it from Applications area to GNS3 workspace.
Go to the Applications section and run the GNS3 program. Click the Open button to skip the “GNS3 is from unidentified developer” error.
If you can not run GNS3 2.1.0 on your Mac, you need to allow these applications in the Security and Privacy section of MacOS High Sierra Settings.
Once you started GNS3 2.1.0 on the MacOS High Sierra, continue with the Run modern IOS option in the Setup Wizard window to add the Cisco Router to the GNS3 program.
Select the Cisco Router c7200 IOS image and click Open.
After adding the Cisco Router c7200 image to the GNS3 program, drag and drop the Router c7200 into the workspace and run it to test the Router.
You can learn the Router model and version you added on GNS3 by using show version command.