Thursday, March 22, 2012

Adding comments in GNS3 IOS baseconfig files

If you want to write some comments in your GNS3 baseconfig files for the Cisco IOS, you can use the exclamation mark. It is mainly used for separating commands for easier reading. Everything that is written after the exclamation mark is ignored.

Here's an example:

enable ! a comment
configure terminal
interface FastEthernet0/0 ! now I will configure the FastEthernet0/0 interface
 ip address
 no shut

Some links:

Cisco IOS Command Line Interface Tutorial

1 comment:

  1. I used to work on this feature. We agree that authorising Gmail-to-Gmail mail fetching is kind of a mess right now - fixing it properly has never quite reached the top of our todo list because it's a rare use case. The right fix is for Gmail to use XOAUTH to fetch from other Gmail accounts, this would resolve the security issues that this system is preventing whilst giving a much better user experience.
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