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Remember that we will use 192.168.43.0 VMnet1 network in order to communicate gns and ccp. Lets check ip address of host side,

host_ipconfig

And at gns3 side, our ip configuration is

gns3_ipaddr

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,

win2003srv_vmnet

win2003srv_vmxconfig

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

win2003srv_ipconfig

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,

ccp_requires_java

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;

ccp_first_run

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

ping_gns3_from_ccp

ping_dns3_to_win2003srv

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

fastethernet_cable_connection

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 192.168.43.200 as ip address of router interface. Remember that device should be “started” in order to console to it;

configuring_routerA_interface

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

ping_routerA_from_ccp

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

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