I released a new minor update to the Online Network Simulator (beta) this morning. Version 0.0.2 fixes a few bugs from version 0.0.1 and I added support for the ‘show version’ or ‘sh ver’ command. Obviously there is still a lot of work to do, but there currently is a lot of functionality to help
In this video update today about my online network simulator progress I just wanted to show you the ‘?’ command that will allow you to see a list of available commands.
Today I worked on some more little things with the enable password and enable secret commands. Check out the video to see it in action!
I probably would have had this done yesterday, but it took me forever to fix some little errors that I had in my code today. But anyways, it’s done now and functional. I still need to make some more tweaks and add functionality for the enable secret password command. Rather than just showing you a
Security is very important on cisco routers and you need a way to protect your passwords so today I’ve been working on getting the ‘enable password’ command working in my online network simulator. I spent a couple of hours on it today, but I’m still not finished with it yet. Hopefully I can figure out
My new office is in our new apartment is in our master closet, which is way better than having no office like in our old apartment, but now I’m battling heat issues since there are no air conditioner vents in here. Anyways enough about me and my hot office, I just wanted to let you
Today I was able to fix some things with switching between s0 and e0 while keeping track of which interface you are really in. I also worked on some settings for the show cdp and show cdp neighbors command. As you can see from the picture on the left that I got the enable secret
So, moving sucked like it always does. I’m glad it is over with though and for the most part we are all settled in. We moved from a 1 bedroom to a 2 bedroom apartment with a garage for only like $50 more than our last place. And we have a huge walkin closet that
I updated some more things when configuring multiple interfaces. I’m going to go to bed now because I’m moving into my new apartment tomorrow afternoon and I need to wake up at 4:00 am so that I can get 8 hours in at work and come home early.
As you can see I’ve opened up my Online Network Simulator (beta) to the general public! It still has a long way to go, but with your support I’ll be able to release version 1 soon. Some of you may be wondering why you need to pay for my Online Network Simulator (beta) when I