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GNS3 1.1 vs the old release

Fri Oct 31, 2014 2:17 am

Anyone tried the new GNS3 1.1? How does it compare to the old stable 0.8x versions? Any reason to make the jump?

I know old labs are not compatible with the new version

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Re: GNS3 1.1 vs the old release

Tue Mar 17, 2015 6:36 am

Personally, I've always had 0.8.x on my main PC. I 'upgraded' to 1.2.3 on my laptop (alienware, 16 GB ram, etc) -- and had so many problems with QEMU and ASA's in general that after a few weeks I gave up and rolled gns3 back to 0.8.x on there.

I basically just leave my laptop running, and I RDP to it from my PC -- so that way I can switch tasks on my PC very easily, or even leave things running permanently on my laptop while doing other things on my PC as well.

In either event, the ASA problems I faced have me seriously skeptical of ever trying to upgrade again.


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