Remember that we will use VMnet1 network in order to communicate gns and ccp. Lets check ip address of host side,


And at gns3 side, our ip configuration is


Now lets prepare a system for CCP. For CCP, I prepared win2003 server virtual machine (any similar Windows platform that you have a license should be fine) and configured a host only adaptor which will be in VMnet1 range in order to talk with gns3. This may be done following the steps described before with adding a host only adaptor and making it to be in VMnet1 block with modifying *.vmx file,



After installation finishes, we may check ip address and see that we have an ip in VMnet1 block,


We may start installing CCP (here I used cisco-config-pro-k9-pkg-2_7-en), but remember that CCP requires java plugin and Adobe Flash installed in order to run, otherwise we get a screen like,


Remember to install axtive_x version of flash player. Here I used install_flash_player_12_active_x.msi which I obtained from Adobe web site.
After installation is complete, running CCP should give a initial screen like;


Now, CCP and gns3 systems should talk with each other. Lets check this before proceeding any further,



Now work with gns3 abit more,

Add a Cloud component from left “Nodes” menu, name it as ClaudA and with right clicking configure it to use VMnet1 interface of debian system;

configuring ClaudA

Connect ClaudA and RouterA with fast ethernet cable, use FastEthernet interface 1/0 in router side


And with using command line interface of RouterA (open a console with right clicking RouterA and selecting “console” menu item), configure the interface that linkes to ClaudA. Here I will use as ip address of router interface. Remember that device should be “started” in order to console to it;


Now CCP system can talk with RouterA as can be seen.


What my aim is to use CCP in order to configure RouterA and use command line interface to configure Router B in order to get used to both of them