CreateSet up your simulation environment on the simulation platform you prefer:
ConnectDeploy the AOS-CX simulated switches you need and connect the to create virtual networks. Depending on the virtualization platform this process can be more or less dynamic. For example, GNS3 and EVE-NG allow you to quickly and easily create projects and labs, with different devices and topologies, and saving them, while vSphere allows you to create fast, fixed, stable topologies, with many options for external connections to other VMs and physical networks and 3rd Party devices and services.Connect your CX Simulators to form a campus 2-tier or 3-tier switching infrastructure, or a datacenter spine and leaf network.
The AOS-CX Switch Simulator offers the exact same command line interface (CLI) and Web User Interfaces (WebUI) experience as all CX switches. You can configure most CX features on the virtual switch, save and export multiple configurations by creating and managing CX configuration checkpoint files.You can create VLANs, link aggregation groups, VSX multi-chassis redundant nodes, configure advanced OSPF and BGP features, deploy VXLAN and EVPN, and much more.
NetEdit offers a multi-device editor and a set of solution deployment wizards to configure multiple switches at once, including multiple levels of validation: syntax, semantics, change, policy conformance and configuration consistency.
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