This article continues on the series of articles about running junos within GNS3 and is explaining how to make and install JunOS 12.3R6.6 router using junos domestic package under Win 7 64bit OS environment.
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Remote telnet access from an remote IP address (PC, NB) to an console of router which is running on different PC/server is common practise used within dynagen/dynamips environment. However it works within GNS3 too. I was looking how to setup it, here is a short guide for system environment with GNS3 version 1.2.3 installed on my notebook running Win 7 Pro 64 bit.
Working with my HP Terminal server, which we are using as a remote console acccess solution allows us login into Cisco router console ports remotely, i'm loosing the Putty connection due to inactivity. However the PuTTY client can be configured to maintain a connection and not time it out. All what we need to do is setup built-in keepalive machanism:
For XenServer of versions 6.x were removed direct GUI ability to setup auto-start of Virtual Machines after the startup of main XenServer server. This ability have to be setup using CLI (Command line). To do that we have to:
1) Use ssh client for login into your xen server, and become the root