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    Default GNS3 router config - I need help please

    EDIT: Figured it out.

    I would need a "s0/0" port in order for that command to work....I have "f0/0".




    I started in on a few tutorials tonight, first to setup/config GNS3 and second to start in on the basics of IOS CLI navigation. Im stuck on the very first one however, and I can not see why I am hung up. I am following the directions here:

    Building More Complex Topologies - GNS3

    R1>enR1#conf tR1(config)#int s0/0R1(config-if)#ip add 10.0.0.1 255.0.0.0R1(config-if)#no shR1(config-if)#router ripR1(config-router)#net 10.0.0.0R1(config-router)#exit R1(config)#exit
    The command that I am stuck on is the first config command. When I hit enter I get this in return.




    This is my version info:


    Ive been banging my head on a wall for 20 minutes on literally the first step of a configuration guide. Any help is appreciated!
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    Glad you figured it out. A few commands to assist with seeing what interfaces are available to you and which WICs/modules are installed:

    sh ip interface brief

    sh inventory
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    Quote Originally Posted by jamthat View Post
    Glad you figured it out. A few commands to assist with seeing what interfaces are available to you and which WICs/modules are installed:

    sh ip interface brief

    sh inventory
    Thank you, I am shocked at how fast I learned how to move around the IOS command line. GNS3 is AWESOME!


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    GNS3 is a great resource for learning when you don't have access to physical equipment. Lab topologies will vary depending on the interfaces present on the device.
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