We use VIRL, the ‘Virtual Internet Routing Lab’, to create network simulations. This may be handy if you’re studying for an exam.
Or perhaps you want to use it for work. It’s good to build a proof of concept or to test configuration before it’s deployed.
While useful, VIRL also has some unexpected issues. The resources here will help you to overcome them quickly.
- VIRL: The Server May Be Down
- VIRL Snapshots
- VIRL Configuration Rollback
- VIRL Packet Captures
- VIRL Q-in-Q Support
- Error Launching Simulation, Already Connected
- Timed Out Waiting for a Reply
- No Valid Host was Found
- Nexus 9000 Memory Issues
- Nexus 9000v LACP
- VIRL Nexus Licensing
- Telnet to Console Missing in VIRL