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GNS3 Problem ( please help )

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Dears,

 

I am having a problem with GNS3 , Please this is really frustrating , I've been trying for a very long time and i don't know what else to do , please guys share your experience.

 

When i test the path to dynamips it always gives me : Failed to start Dynamips , and when i drag a router to the workspace it always says : connecting to a hypervisor on port 7200 and then : can't connect to the hypervisor on port 7200 : [Errno: 10061] No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it.

 

I have tried the following :

 

1. Uninstall GNS3 and reinstall it.

2. Open port UDP 7200 and add GNS3 to exceptions in windows firewall .

3. Disable windows firewall & Kaspersky Anti Virus .

4. Changed the working directory to a new one made by me ( C:\gns directory ).

5. made sure that the executable path to dynamips is : ( C:\Program Files\GNS3\dynamips-wxp.exe )

 

I am using windows XP professional version 2002 service pack 3 , 2.8 GHz , 3.45 GHz of RAM .

please guys let me know what can i do to solve this problem , I am preparing for my TSHOOT exam and i really need GNS3 , i have used before for routing preparation and it worked just fine !

 

Waiting for your helpful comments and feedback

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Upload the setting on: Preferences - Dynamips - Hypervisor Manager.

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Upload the setting on: Preferences - Dynamips - Hypervisor Manager.

 

there you go mate , thanks

 

 

memory usage limit per hypervisor : 512

UDP incrementation : 100

IP/host binding : 127.0.0.1

use hypervisor manager when importing ( check )

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IP/host binding : 127.0.0.1 <<<<try localhost instead of 127.0.0.1

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