How to Install GNS3 on Ubuntu 17.10? – With the GNS3 (Graphical Network Simulator 3) program, you can create more specific network topologies and run the networking products like Cisco Router, Switches on your computer virtually without any charge.
How to Install GNS3 on Ubuntu 17.10?
You can download the GNS3 program free of charge from own site and install to your computer. There are a lot of resources on the Internet to download GNS3. We explained the Windows 10 GNS3 Setup steps. You can also watch videos or videos called Windows 10 GNS3 Setup on our YouTube channel.
Ubuntu is a Linux-based operating system and is very secure compared to the Windows operating system. However, program installations on Windows are easier than on Linux/Ubuntu versions.
In addition, the Ubuntu GNS3 installation is different from other Linux operating system versions. Ubuntu is the most widely used free operating system in the United States. Therefore, it is an indispensable system for people who adopt security.
After briefly talking about GNS3 and Ubuntu, we can now proceed to GNS3 setup steps. I will briefly mention Linux GNS3 installation;
Open the terminal on the Ubuntu desktop.
1. [email protected]:~$ sudo su 2. [email protected]:~$ Root Password 3. [email protected]:~$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gns3/ppa 4. [email protected]:~$ sudo apt-get update 5. [email protected]:~$ sudo apt-get dynamips gns3
You can quickly install the GNS3 0.8.7 on Ubuntu 17.10 by executing the above commands in order. We will review the installation of GNS3 later on in Apple’s MacOS operating system.
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