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  1. Juniper Moderator Moderator Aldur's Avatar
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    Wow, ccnxjr, you are the man, that's some seriously good info on creating an olive. This post just officially deserved a sticky!
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    @ccnxjr, thank you for your time on that. This really helped me out getting not only multiple olives up in GNS3, saving me money on having to buy hardware but also I was able to get them running JWeb Kudos to you sir.
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