On a previous post, we created a GRE tunnel to permit routing protocol through an insecure (Internet) network and protected it with IPSec. As you all should know GRE adds another layer of encapsulation (at least 4 bytes), which means more overhead. One major advantage compared with the traditional method of IPSec is that, since … Continue reading Dynamic Routing Through IPSec Without GRE – Using VTI’s
Month: January 2017
On my journey to CCNP Security, I am now on the final step SIMOS 300-209 (Implementing Cisco Secure Mobility Solutions), which is mainly VPNs. Here are the exam topics. Site-to -site VPNs on routers and firewalls Implement GETVPN Implement IPsec (with IKEv1 and IKEv2) - IKEv1, VTI, DVTI, Implement DMVPN (hub-Spoke and spoke-spoke) - Done … Continue reading On road to CCNP Security
s Last one... In this post we will walk you through the process of adding qemu images into EVE. QEMU is a generic and open source machine emulator and virtualizer, so it will be used inside EVE to emulate most of the equipments, from a windows machine to a Cisco ASA. First important thing is … Continue reading EVE-NG – Load qemu images
Continuing this series of posts that began with the Initial Configs of EVE, the dynamips images are the easiest to implement. Just upload the dynamips images to /opt/unetlab/addons/dynamips. Next fix all permissions with the command: /opt/unetlab/wrappers/unl_wrapper -a fixpermissions Enjoy. Video: Until next post, stay good.
After you download the IOL files (previous post) you will need a python script to generate the licences that will allow you emulate these images in eve. Here is the script: //pastebin.com/embed_iframe/DpVpUZg5 Copy this code into a text file and call it script.py or other name you like with the py extension. Now using WinSCP … Continue reading EVE-NG – Load IOL images