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FAQ Cisco Modeling Labs Corporate Edition v1.1 © 2015 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights
FAQ Cisco Modeling Labs Corporate Edition v1.1 © 2015 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights

FAQ

Cisco Modeling Labs

Corporate Edition v1.1

Contents General 3 Features 7 Images 8 Ordering/Licensing 9 Upgrading 11 Support 12

Contents

General

3

Features

7

Images

8

Ordering/Licensing

9

Upgrading

11

Support

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General Q. What is Cisco ® Modeling Labs? A. Cisco Modeling Labs is a scalable

General

Q.

What is Cisco ® Modeling Labs?

A.

Cisco Modeling Labs is a scalable and extensible software platform that comprises a Cisco Modeling Labs server and Cisco Modeling Labs client. It is sold with the following virtual images: Cisco Virtual IOS ® (IOSv) Software, including Cisco IOSvL2 switching code, IOS XRv demo image, and IOS XE (CSR1000v) demo image, as well as an Ubuntu Linux server image. Together, they create a sandbox environment in which customers can design new, or replicate existing, network topologies for the purpose of testing, modeling, and troubleshooting network issues with little risk to physical production networks or the need for a lab network.

Q.

Why use Cisco Modeling Labs?

A.

Cisco Modeling Labs helps corporate customers save capital expenditures (CapEx) by reducing the need for physical network equipment for designing network changes, troubleshooting problems, and testing operations. With Cisco Modeling Labs, customers can reduce risks for errors with selected network changes in actual network deployment, because they can first be simulated and verified in the virtual environment. Because there is no hardware setup required, building and tearing down network topologies can take minutes on an on- demand basis.

Q.

Who uses Cisco Modeling Labs?

A.

Cisco Modeling Labs is targeted to customers and partners who design, build, monitor, and manage Cisco networks and who need a lab environment. The power of the product is that, with it, you can build and tear down large and small topologies on a case-by-case basis. It is also designed for shared use. The Cisco Modeling Labs server can be accessed by an unlimited number of end users who have the Cisco Modeling Labs client. The only limitation is based on the CPU and memory sizing of the physical server that hosts the Cisco Modeling Labs server.

Q.

What products are offered to corporate customers?

A.

For service provider, enterprise, and commercial customers, Cisco Modeling Labs Corporate Edition is available. The corporate edition is for customer on-premises deployment of large-scale and multiple simulations on virtual servers and for multiple-user access. This edition is offered as a software subscription with entitlement to maintenance releases, minor and major release upgrades, online resources, and the Cisco Technical Assistance Center (TAC) support services. Corporate customers have the option of 1-year, 2-year, or 3-year subscriptions.

Q.

What is the recommended hardware for Cisco Modeling Labs, Version 1.1?

A.

The recommended servers for Cisco Modeling Labs are the C220M4 and C240M4 servers. These are the latest models based on Intel Haswell CPU (which can be inserted in 18 cores).

For more information, see the (“Cisco UCS C220 M4 High-Density Rack Server (Small Form Factor Disk Drive Model)” spec sheet http://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/products/collateral/servers-unified-computing/ucs-c-

Calculating the number of cores and the amount of memory is dependent on the number of virtual machines. If using hardware that is not the Cisco Unified Computing System (Cisco UCS ® ), the server chipset must support Intel VT-x (virtualization extension) and Extended Page Tables (EPT).

Q.

What is the expected number of cores required for the hardware?

A.

The general rule of thumb is three virtual nodes to one core CPU. So, 40 cores will provide about 120 nodes on a single device. This is a rule of thumb, because there are many variables, such as the type of nodes

running (Cisco IOS versus Cisco IOS XR), the number of routing protocols, the timers set

running (Cisco IOS versus Cisco IOS XR), the number of routing protocols, the timers set on each node, the amount of traffic, and so on. Each of these take shared computing resources that are usually running on dedicated hardware.

Q.

What is the minimum version of VMWare ESXi?

A.

The support ESXi formats for Cisco Modeling Labs, Version 1.1, are:

ESXi 5.1U2 (Build 1483097)

ESXi 5.5U1 (Build 1623387)

ESXi 6.0 (Build 2494585)

Verify that you are using vSphere Client v5.5 Update 2 (Build 1993072), or later, before deploying Cisco

Modeling Labs.

Failure to use the minimum version results in a failed deployment that creates an error of

nested virtualization that is not supported.

Q.

Is there a personal version of Cisco Modeling Labs?

A.

No. Cisco Modeling Labs is focused on corporate users who are looking for a scalable solution to hundreds of nodes, multiple users, no Cisco call-home requirement, no usage tracking, and TAC support.

Q.

What is the difference between Cisco Modeling Labs and Cisco Virtual Internet Routing Lab Personal Edition?

A.

Cisco Modeling Labs is a production-quality product focused on corporations requiring a scalable solution to mirror production-like environments. Cisco Virtual Internet Routing Lab Personal Edition is a sandbox tool focused on (software-defined networking) SDN developers and personal use. Following is a table of differences:

Table 1.

Differences Between Corporate Edition and Personal Edition

 

Cisco Modeling Labs Corporate Edition

Virtual Internet Routing Lab Personal Edition Personal Edition

User

Corporate

Individual

Number of users

Unlimited

Single user

Cisco node limit

Based on purchased licenses

15

Expansion capability for Cisco Node

10, 50, and 100 PACs

N/A

Technical support

Cisco TAC

Community Support only

Where to purchase

Cisco Commerce Workspace (CCW) and Cisco Partners

Purchase methods supported

All methods supported by CCW

Credit card

Call home required for installation and operation

No

Yes. Weekly internet connectivity is required

Usage tracking sent to Cisco

No

Yes

Purchase capability with learning credits

Not supported

Not supported

Cisco reference platforms

No charge demo images are included; Cisco IOSv, IOS XRv, IOS XE (CSR1000v), and servers such as Ubuntu Linux.

No charge demo images are included; Cisco IOSv, IOS XRv, Cloud Services Router 1000v, and NX-OSv, and servers such as Ubuntu Linux

Available images: ASAV and NX-OSv

 

Contact for more information

Q. What is the difference between Cisco Modeling Labs and GNS3?

A. GNS3 started as an open source initiative using hardware emulators called Dynamips. It would emulate the machine instructions, expected by Cisco IOS, and, therefore, emulate specific hardware types. It also required users to acquire a version of Cisco IOS to run. Since Cisco changed the chipsets to be proprietary, Dynamips no longer works on any current Cisco equipment.

GNS3 is targeted at individuals studying and can be found in some corporations. Due to

GNS3 is targeted at individuals studying and can be found in some corporations. Due to its performance and scalability constraints, as well as legalities around Cisco images, it is used more as a study tool than a corporate production assurance tool.

Q.

Does Cisco Modeling Labs require external access to Cisco?

A.

No. Cisco Modeling Labs is an on-premises solution and does not require any external connectivity.

Q.

Does Cisco Modeling Labs track usage and report back to Cisco?

A.

No. Cisco Modeling Labs does not track any usage information.

Q.

Can customers get a trial copy?

A.

Yes. A 15-node, 30-day trial license is available for qualified customers.

Q.

How do customers purchase Cisco Modeling Labs?

A.

The corporate edition is on the global price list and can be ordered on the Cisco Commerce Workspace at Cisco.com.

Q.

What are the system requirements for Cisco Modeling Labs?

A.

Following are the minimum requirements for the Cisco Modeling Labs Server:

The Cisco Modeling Labs Corporate Edition Server requires a minimum of 16 GB of memory and 4 CPU cores in a Linux server platform to run the basic package of 15 Cisco IOSv nodes.

To take advantage of the scalability of the corporate edition, the Cisco UCS C240 M4 Rack Server (16-core CPU, 128 GB) is recommended for up to 50 virtual nodes. Actual memory and CPU consumption depends on the number of virtual nodes and virtual network OS types.

If using hardware that is not Cisco UCS, the server chipset must support Intel VT-x (virtualization extension) and Extended Page Tables (EPT).

For the Open Virtual Appliance package, Cisco Modeling Labs additionally requires VMware ESXi 5.1U2 (Build 1483097) or higher.

For the Cisco Modeling Labs ISO package, installation is certified on the Cisco UCS C220 M3 Rack Server.

The customer can choose to deploy with hardware other than the Cisco UCS; however, the performance of other brands of servers may not be the same as Cisco UCS.

Q.

How do customers estimate memory requirements?

A.

The key factor for determining memory is to determine the number of virtual devices (nodes) that you want to simulate. This should be based on a cumulative number:

Number of concurrently active simulations and the sizing of the topologies

Types of nodes that users can activate, for example, Cisco IOS or IOS XRv Software, and so forth

As a guide, following are the general memory requirements for supported virtual images: Image Memory

As a guide, following are the general memory requirements for supported virtual images:

Image

Memory Requirement (MB)

Cisco IOSv: 15.5(3)M image

512

Cisco IOSv Layer 2: 15.2(4.0.63)E image

768

Cisco IOS XRv: 5.3.1 CCO demo image

3072

Cisco IOS XE (CSR 1000v): 3.16 demo image

3072

Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS Cloud init

2048

Cisco, ASAv 9.3.2 demo image

2048

For assistance with memory calculation, contact your Cisco sales representative.

Q.

What technologies are supported with virtual Cisco IOS Software?

A.

Cisco IOSv Software Release 15.5(3)M supports Layer 3 control plane functionality. For a list of supported and unsupported technologies, see the Cisco Modeling Labs data sheet

Q.

Can serial interfaces be modeled between virtual devices?

A.

No. Cisco Modeling Labs supports only Gigabit Ethernet interfaces.

Q.

Can I connect Cisco Modeling Labs to a physical lab or network?

A.

Yes. You can use the FLAT or SNAT connectivity types to do so.

Q.

Can customers simulate the physical network hardware in Cisco Modeling Labs?

A.

No. The virtual images are hardware platform independent and do not model the physical hardware chassis, modules, line cards, power supplies, fans, serial numbers, ASICs, high availability, Cisco In-Service Software Upgrades (ISSU), or switch fabrics.

Q.

Can Cisco Modeling Labs connect to a physical lab network?

A.

Yes, using a bridged Ethernet connection, a virtual network can be connected to external traffic generators, network management tools, and other applications in your lab. A virtual network simulated in Cisco Modeling Labs is for your lab environment only and should not be connected to production networks.

Q.

Can customers run third-party virtual machines in Cisco Modeling Labs?

A.

Third-party virtual machines should work if compiled to run on Linux kernel-based virtual machines; however, features of Cisco Modeling Labs, such as Auto Configuration, are designed for Cisco virtual operating systems only. Cisco TAC support does not answer questions about third-party virtual machines or their interworking with the software.

Q.

Are there any important license terms or restrictions?

A.

Standard Cisco end-user license agreements are applicable. For more information, see End User License Agreement http://www.cisco.com/go/eula.

Q.

When the subscription expires, how do customers extend it?

A.

Corporate customers can renew through the Cisco Service Contract Center or Cisco Commerce Workspace and obtain a new license key.

Q. How can customers get training on how to use Cisco Modeling Labs? A. The

Q.

How can customers get training on how to use Cisco Modeling Labs?

A.

The software includes online help, which describes how to use the application’s features. In addition, videos are in the e-learning portal for those customers who subscribe to the Cisco Learning Network. For corporate customers who have subscribed to Cisco Technical Education, training content is included in the portal.

Q.

How do channel partners buy the product for internal use?

A.

Cisco Modeling Labs Corporate Edition is available on the global price list. Channel partners can purchase it through Cisco Commerce Workspace at the regular price or, if preferred, they can use the not-for-resale (NFR) program to purchase the software application for their internal use. The NFR SKU is R-CML-CE- K9=.

Q.

How is Cisco Modeling Labs delivered?

A.

Cisco Modeling Labs is delivered through the Cisco e-Delivery system.

Features

Q.

What are the new features in Cisco Modeling Labs, Version 1.1?

A.

The new major features are:

1. Cisco IOSv Layer 2 switch

2. Cisco ASAv Support

3. Bundled Cisco IOS XRv and IOS XE (CSR1000v) demo images

4. Layer 2 TPV3 Tunneling

5. Visio import support

6. Two Layer 2 external connections (FLAT)

7. Manual address of IPv6 with AutoNet kit

8. Simulation startup on per node basis and as a phased startup

9. Timed simulation

10. Server statistics through User Workspace Management

11. Project migrations

12. API support

13. Link up/down

Q.

Are there any limitations with the Visio import feature?

A.

Visio imports support the VSDX format, which is available, in Visio 2013, and later.

Q.

What version of Visio is compatible with this feature?

A.

Visio 2013, and later.

Q.

What version of Cariden MATE is supported?

A.

Cariden MATE is support with Versions 5.0, and later, and 6.0, and later.

Q.

What interfaces are available in Cisco Modeling Labs?

A.

Currently Cisco Modeling Labs supports Gigabit Ethernet only. The Gigabit Ethernet interface is actually pointing to the E1000 driver in the hypervisor environment.

Q.

Can I connect Cisco Modeling Labs to other virtualization networks?

A.

Yes. If the virtual networks can reach each other, then the virtual environments can connect.

Q. Can Cisco Modeling Labs connect to a physical lab network? A. Yes. Using the

Q. Can Cisco Modeling Labs connect to a physical lab network?

A. Yes. Using the FLAT (Layer 2) or SNAT (Layer 3) features. A virtual network simulated in Cisco Modeling Labs is for your lab environment only and should not be connected to production networks

Images

Q.

Are there new versions of images included in Cisco Modeling Labs, Version 1.1?

A.

Yes, Cisco Modeling Labs, Version 1.1, is shipped with:

Cisco IOSv: 15.5(3)M Image

Cisco IOSv Layer2: 15.2(4.0.63)E

Cisco IOS XRv: 5.3.1 demo image

Cisco IOS XE (CSR 1000v): 3.16 demo image

Ubuntu 14.0.4.2LTS Cloud-init

Q.

Can I install the older images that were available in Cisco Modeling Labs, Version 1.0?

A.

Yes. Additional images can be installed from the UWM images tab. Notice that the amount of disk space allocated to the server should be reviewed to ensure there is sufficient space.

Q.

What other images are available to work in the current Cisco Modeling Labs, Version 1.1 release?

A.

In Cisco Modeling Labs, Version 1.1, the images available are:

ASAv 9.3.2 demo image is available and supported.

Prereleased NX-OSv image is available, but is unsupported.

Q.

How do I get the ASAv demo image?

A.

The ASAv image can be made available upon request. Contact the cml-info@cisco.com alias for download information.

Q.

How do I get the pre-released unsupported NX-OSv?

A.

The NX-OSv image can be made available upon request. Contact the cml-info@cisco.com alias for download information.

Q.

Are there any data center images planned for Cisco Modeling Labs?

A.

The NX-OSv image that is based on the Cisco Nexus ® 7000 Series Switch image is available as a demo but lacks Layer 2 functionality. The NX-9Kv is planned for December 2015, and the feature list will be provided at that time.

Q.

Can I download any Cisco image and use it in Cisco Modeling Labs?

A.

There are two types of images available for Cisco Modeling Labs; images that are built specifically for virtualized environments, such as the Cloud Services Router 1000V, and the second are images built specifically for Cisco Modeling Labs, such as the Cisco IOSv Software and IOSv Layer 2.

Q.

As a current customer, where do I download the updated software?

A.

Download the updated software [here]. Enter contract number and download the latest software.

Q.

Why is the software not available on Cisco Connection Online (CCO)?

A.

Cisco Modeling Labs is updated through the Product Upgrade Tool (PUT). It will not be available through Cisco Connection Online Software Download.

Q. The Cloud Services Router (CSR 1000V) image, which I downloaded from Cisco Connection Online,

Q.

The Cloud Services Router (CSR 1000V) image, which I downloaded from Cisco Connection Online, loads but I cannot access the console. Why?

A.

The Cisco Connection Online (CCO) version is compiled to use the virtual machine console, but Cisco Modeling Labs uses the serial console. For this functionality to work, there is a Cisco Modeling Labs build version of Cloud Services Router 1000V, which applies the needed parameters config t; platform

console as bootstrap configurations.

Q.

When will other images like wireless, voice, data center, etc., work in Cisco Modeling Labs?

A.

As Cisco applications become available in the virtual environment we will make them available in Cisco Modeling Labs. We are proactively working with the business unit to drive these products.

Q.

What hardware is virtualized in Cisco Modeling Labs?

A.

The Cisco IOSv images are compiled for the virtual environment, using the same code train, and do not reflect

specific hardware type. The reason is that the Cisco IOS code is compiled to use the virtualization drivers instead of using line cards.

a

Q.

Can I use the Prime Director/Network Management to manage my NX-OS virtual routers?

A.

You can use any software that can interact with physical routers with protocols such as CDP and SNMP, as long as an external connection is created between the virtual routers and external physical network.

Q.

Can Cisco Modeling Labs connect to a physical lab network?

A.

Yes, by using the FLAT (Layer 2) or SNAT (Layer 3) features. A virtual network simulated in Cisco Modeling Labs is for your lab environment only and should not be connected to production networks.

Q.

Can Cisco Modeling Labs connect to another virtual environment?

A.

Yes. Using FLAT (Layer 2) or SNAT (Layer 3) features, you can connect externally.

Ordering/Licensing

Q.

Have the SKUs changed for Cisco Modeling Labs, Version 1.1?

A.

No. The Cisco Modeling Labs SKUs have not changed. Notice that the Cisco IOS XRv and Cloud Services Router (CSR1000v) SKUs have changed.

Q.

When does the clock start on the CML license?

A.

As a subscription, CML license clock starts 1 day after the order is processed, regardless whether the PAK is fulfilled or not.

Q.

What packages are available for Cisco Modeling Labs?

A.

Cisco Modeling Labs is available in two packages:

1. An open virtual appliance (OVA) to be installed on VMware ESXi

2. An ISO image for bare installation

Q.

Do I need to purchase a node license per image? For example, a 15-node Cisco IOS license, a 15-node Cisco IOS XR license, and a 15-node Cisco IOS XE license?

A.

No. You can purchase a 15-node license for Cisco Modeling Labs and then a right-to-use license for Cisco IOS XR and IOS XE. With these licenses you can mix and match to the purchase node count.

Q.

Is

there a node count per user?

A.

No. The number of nodes licensed is based on the server. So, the number of nodes is based on the number of active, simultaneous nodes running in a simulation.

Q. Is there a license per user? A. No. The licensing is based per node

Q.

Is there a license per user?

A.

No. The licensing is based per node not per user. The client software can be downloaded and installed by an unlimited number of users.

Q.

Do the Cisco IOSv Layer 2 managed switch and the unmanaged switch both count as a licensed node?

A.

No. Only Cisco IOSv Layer 2 managed switch counts as a licensed node. The unmanaged switch does not.

Q.

What is considered a licensed node?

A.

Only Cisco devices are counted as licensed nodes. Servers, such as Linux, Windows, or third-party images, are not part of the license count.

Q.

How is Cisco Modeling Labs priced?

A.

The pricing structure is an annual subscription based on the number of virtual nodes to be simulated in the Cisco Modeling Labs installation and the term. You get a 10 percent discount for 2 years and a 20 percent discount for 3-year subscription. Customers have to order the Cisco Modeling Labs base product, which is the Cisco Modeling Labs software including 15 nodes. You can purchase expansion packs (10, 50, and 100 nodes) to add more nodes.

For the definition of packs, see the Cisco Modeling Labs webpage http://www.cisco.com/go/cml. Further, if simulating other type of nodes, such as Cisco IOS XRv and/or IOS XE, is needed, those images are purchased separately at additional cost. For more information, see the Cisco Modeling Labs datasheet.

Q.

Do I need to purchase Cisco Smart Net Total Care Service for Cisco Modeling Labs?

A.

No. The pricing model for the Cisco Modeling Labs is a subscription model. This means that the customer is entitled to free TAC support, as well as updates and upgrades during the term of the subscription.

Q.

Can I use my learning credits to purchase Cisco Modeling Labs?

A.

No.

Q.

Will the product continue to work if my license expires?

A.

No. After the license expires, you cannot run any simulations. You can still access your topologies and designs, because these are saved on the client.

Q.

I purchased the basic software, and 3 months later I purchased an expansion pack. What happens at the end of the subscription?

A.

If a customer purchases the expansion product IDs (PIDs) after they purchase the base line (R-CML) PID, although their L- CML PID expires at a later date, the simulations cannot run until a new (R-CML) PID is purchased to provide the extended duration of the software.

Q.

What do I need to order if I want to run 100 Cisco IOS XRv nodes in Cisco Modeling Labs for 1 year?

A.

Table 2 shows what products to order with their SKUs.

Table 2.

Products Needed to Run 100 Cisco IOS XRv Nodes

Cisco Modeling Labs base software

R-CML-CE-K9=

Quantity: 1

100-node Cisco Modeling Labs capacity expansion license

L-CML-CE-100N=

Quantity: 1

1 XRV site license

R-IOSXRV-IMG

Quantity: 1

L-XRV-CMLSIM-1YR

Q. What do I need to order if I want to run 50 Cisco IOSv

Q. What do I need to order if I want to run 50 Cisco IOSv nodes and 50 Cisco IOSv XRV nodes?

A. Table 3 shows what products to order with their SKUs.

Table 3.

Products Needed to Run 50 Cisco IOS XRv Nodes and 50 Cisco IOSv XRV Nodes

Cisco Modeling Labs base software

R-CML-CE-K9=

Quantity: 1

100-node Cisco Modeling Labs base capacity expansion license

L-CML-CE-100N=

Quantity: 1

1

XRV site license

R-IOSXRV-IMG

Quantity: 1

 

L-XRV-CMLSIM-1YR

Q. What do I need to order if I want to run 30 Cisco IOSv, 10 IOS-XRv, and 10 Cisco CSR1000v (10 Mbps) IP base packages for 1 year?

A. Table 3 shows what products to order with their SKUs.

Table 4.

What to Order to Run 30 Cisco IOSv, 10 IOS-XRv, and 10 Cisco CSR1000v Routers

Cisco Modeling Labs base software

R-CML-CE-K9=

Quantity: 1

50-node Cisco Modeling Labs capacity expansion license

L-CML-CE-100N=

Quantity: 1

1

XRV Site license

R-IOSXRV-IMG

Quantity: 1

 

L-XRV-CMLSIM-1YR

CSR 1000v

L-CSR-10M-IPB-1Y=

Quantity: 10

Q. What is the difference between the Cisco CSR 1000v packages?

A. For information about CSR 1000v, the Cloud Services Router 1000V webpage

Upgrading

Q.

How do customers get updates or upgrades during the subscription term?

A.

Customers can obtain any new updates and/or upgrades through the PUT https://tools.cisco.com/gct/Upgrade/jsp/productUpgrade.jsp.

Q.

What is the upgrade path from Cisco Modeling Labs Version 1.0 to Cisco Modeling Labs Version 1.1?

A.

There is not an automatic upgrade path from Cisco Modeling Labs Version 1.0 to 1.1, so you need to make a note of your /etc/settings.ini values, as well as the user details, and migrate those manually. Refer to

the Cisco Modeling Labs upgrade documentation and worksheet.

Q.

How do I move my existing images?

A.

Images in Cisco Modeling Labs Version 1.0 are reinstalled with the User Workspace Management interface. For instructions about adding images, see the Cisco Modeling Labs User Guide

Q.

How do I move projects, users, etc?

A.

Projects, quotas, and user values are not automatically transferred and require manual reentry. See the Cisco Modeling Labs upgrade documentation and worksheet. http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/cloud-systems- management/modeling-labs/products-installation-guides-list.html

Q. Do I have to move my topologies? A. No. Topologies are stored on the

Q.

Do I have to move my topologies?

A.

No. Topologies are stored on the client, so they are not lost when upgrading.

Q.

Do I need to update my client?

A.

Yes. It’s mandatory to upgrade the client to match the new version of Cisco Modeling Labs. To download the client, users access the following: http: <your- CML- server - IPaddress> /download.

Q.

Where do I download the new client from?

A.

To download the client, users access the following: http: <your- CML- server- IPaddress> /download.

Q.

The host name has changed from virlto cml. What do I do?

A.

The host name has been updated from virlto cml(lowercase; uppercase is not supported) and must remain as cml. This value is defined in /etc/settings.ini.

Q.

How do I transfer my license across systems (rehost)?

A.

The license is built with the dynamically built MAC address and the host name of the server. When you install the new version, the MAC address is different. To update your license, contact licesereq@cisco.com.

Q.

The web services port numbers have changed. Do I have to revert back to Cisco Modeling Labs Version 1.0 port numbers?

A.

No. You can use the new port numbers if your network does not restrict you to the old port numbers. If for any reason you need to revert back, see the following question.

Q.

The port numbers have changed, how do I revert to Cisco Modeling Labs Version 1.0 settings?

A.

The port numbers can be returned back to the Cisco Modeling Labs Version 1.0 settings through the /etc/settings.ini file in the Cisco Modeling Labs server. The new Cisco Modeling Labs client has the new ports, so if the values are updated in settings.ini, then users need to change the ports from default. Changing the port numbers back to Cisco Modeling Labs Version 1.0 is a customer-specific choice such as there are existing firewall burns. It is not a mandatory change for Cisco Modeling Labs.

Q.

My ESXi Version 5.0 is no longer allowing Cisco Modeling Labs to install. Why?

A.

In Cisco Modeling Labs Version 1.1, ESXi Version 5.0 is no longer supported.

Support

Q.

Who do I contact if I need postsales technical assistance?

A.

For support issues, contact TAC and have your product order number available.

Q.

Are there any training videos that I can watch?

A.

Yes. Videos are available from the external Cisco Modeling Labs User Forum

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