August 17, 2015 at 21:28 #24702
I am struggling hard to run the labs using c3640 image (c3640-ik2s-mz.121-27b.bin). After configuring GNS3 (1.3.4) to use image of 3640, I am able to open & boot the router perfectly fine when I use drag and drop. Ironically, when I try to open the GNS3 project file after downloading it from website, that doesn’t works for me.
The router gets stuck while booting, displaying the content as below:
Connected to Dynamips VM “R3” (ID 3, type c3600) – Console port
Press ENTER to get the prompt.
ROMMON emulation microcode.
Launching IOS image at 0x80008000…
Smart Init is disabled. IOMEM set to: 5
Using iomem percentage: 5
I have also tried using the latest version of GNS3 but that’s didn’t help me either. I have also attached the screenshot of the putty screen where the booting gets stuck.
Kindly provide some fix related to this as it’s now becoming pain in my neck.
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.August 18, 2015 at 16:28 #24706
Does anyone have a clue/fix about this. Please help.
KaranAugust 22, 2015 at 14:38 #24707
you relase gns3 1.3.4 via gns3 1.3.9September 23, 2015 at 14:48 #24723
I have had that same thing happen to me on various occasions. Most of the time it happens when i use multiple putty sessions on actual devices and I leave it connected (the putty sessions) and running for days at a time. When i try to connect to the GNS app i will sometimes get this very screen that you shown above (it hanging). The fix for me was a simple complete shut down of any and all putty windows and the killing of one or two dynamip processes that may be running in the background (that is the main thing). I’m running GNS 1.3.7 and an old version of windows XP.March 30, 2016 at 20:49 #24815
This has happened to me quite a bit as well. I have to delete the devices and re-add the topology map. Before I start the devices I have to right click on all of them and make sure that the ios is really pointing to the correct ios and that the ios is in the right directory. Hope this helps!
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