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Monday, August 25, 2008

Lab topology for your ccna, ccnp, ccie or just playing around

1. CCNP + CCNA Lab Topology for Chris Bryant Classes

Picture :

fast-track-topology Lab topology for your ccna, ccnp, ccie or just playing around

File : ccna_ccnp-sim.zip

2. CCNP+CCNA Lab Topology for Chris Bryant Classes (With Conf)

File : ccna_ccnp.zip

3. Using Dynamips for CCIE Lab Preparation

Video : Click Here

File : internetworkexperttopologies.zip

4. IPExpert Lab Topology V. 8.0 Full - Diagram A Standard Topology

IPExpert Lab Topology V. 8.0 Full - Diagram A Standard Topology and Initial Router configurations. The attached .zip contains the NET file, and the initial configurations for diagram A for IPExperts Diagram A. Diagram B addresses are used. This is the base configuration for all LAB’s from WB 8.0. I used two 3640’s with NM-16ESW modules to replace the 3550’s.

FIle : net-file-and-base-router-configurations-ipexpert-80.zip

5. Ccnplab by redboynono

Picture : ccnp_lab-diagram.zip

File : ccnp_109.zip

6. ISCW Lab Topology

Picture :

diagram_182 Lab topology for your ccna, ccnp, ccie or just playing around

File : iscw_1_1.zip

7. CCNP BSCI lab

Picture :config_exercise_diagram.zip

File : bsci-v2-labfile.zip

8. Dynamips - Lab share

9. Expert-Labs, CCIE Routing and Switching, ISDN

10. Network Force

  • Physical cabling scheme & device specifications of CCIE Rack-1
  • Sample lab design Topology A (physical cabling always remains the same)
  • Sample lab design Topology B (physical cabling always remains the same)
  • Sample lab design Topology C (physical cabling always remains the same)
  • Sample lab design Topology D (physical cabling always remains the same)

ccie-rack-1-a.gif

Other Links :

11. Access Server

12. French Cisco Users Group

cisco topology

File : Lab 1

13. CCNP/CCNA lab topology / sypt

Picture : ZIP

14. IEWB V3 VOL1 LAB1, R1 - R6 AND BB1 - BB3 NVRAM’s and .net file complete. Just add IOS and boot up. Uses 2 instances of Dynamips.

File : zip

15. MPLS VPNs with duplicate customer addressing

Here’s a topology file I’ve created with a 4-node MPLS network. Two MPLS VPNs are configured with identical LAN and WAN addressing. The 4 PE routers exchange routes using MP-BGP and use OSPF for the full mesh of MPLS connections. Each CE router has two connections to the network. I’ve included a PDF file that lays out the topology, IGP and VPN routing. ( Justin White CCIE #14745)

File :mplsv1.zip

16. IPExpert Section12 MultiProtA-DiagramA

What you’ll need:

    • 1 x PC that can run Dynamips and VMWare. Min 1GB RAM, Pentium Celeron
    • 1 x Pix 515 UR
    • 1 x 3550 Switch
    • 2 x ASA 5510
    • 1 x VPN Concentrator 3005
    • 1 x IPS 4215 (or FrankenIDS)

17. DMVPN config with EIGRP on 12.2T15

It consists of a Hub and a Spoke router emulated on the Dynamips emulator

18. MPLS VPNs v1.5 with MPLS-TE instead of LDP

Here’s the version 1.5 of my MPLS lab updated to use MPLS-TE instead of LDP for distribution of labels. There aren’t any other changes over version 1, so the diagrams should be identical. Remember that this version consists of a 4-node MPLS network. Two MPLS VPNs are configured with identical LAN and WAN addressing. The 4 PE routers exchange routes using MP-BGP and use OSPF for the full mesh of MPLS connections. Each CE router has two connections to the network ( Justin White CCIE #14745 )

File : mplsv15.zip

19. MPLS VPNs v2.5 with MPLS-TE instead of LDP

Here’s the version 2.5 of my MPLS lab updated to use MPLS-TE instead of LDP for distribution of labels. There aren’t any other changes over version 2, so the diagrams should be identical. Remember that this version consists of a 6-node MPLS network with a pair of P-core routers that also act as route-reflectors for the PE routers. ( Justin White CCIE #14745 )

File : mplsv25.zip

20. 3 topologies in one lab (simple1,Frame-Relay,Ethernet-Switch)

File : topology.zip

21. MPLS ( based on Cisco very nice article you can see for your self in no more then 10 minutes a 6 router lab schema working with MPLS )

File : mpls.zip

22. ccie practice lab dynamips

.net topology that is smaller but very useful for IP Services practice like Proxy Arp, NAT, HSRP and all the things you want to test that do not require a full lab of 13 routers.

the lab was prepared from the IEWBv4 IPServices book under Advanced Technologies also to people that do not have this Work Book it can be very handy as it is not very hard to figure the structure of the lab.

File : newie

23. CCNP BSCI Student LAB from Curiculum

This is the first lab in the section EIGRP. (module 2 lab 1)
Attached is a picture of the layout, the gns file for those who use GNS-3 and of corse the net file.
You only have to change the path to your IOS image.

File : ccnp-bcsi.zip

24. GRE over IPSEC with EIGRP lab

This is a working lab built straight from the configuration guide from Cisco.com

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk583/tk372/technologies_configuration_example09186a008009438e.shtml

File : gre-over-ipsec-with-eigrp-lab.zip

25. Cnap Bsci 642-901 Version 5.0 Dynamips Eigrp Lab Topology

Lab 2-1 EIGRP Configuration, Bandwidth, and Adjacencies
Lab 2-2 EIGRP Load Balancing
Lab 2-3 Summarization and Default Network Advertisement
Lab 2-4 EIGRP Frame Relay Hub and Spoke
Lab 2-5 EIGRP Authentication and Timers

File : cnap-labpackage.zip

26. Sample topology for Inter-AS MPLS VPNs

After reading a section from “MPLS and VPN Architectures, Vol 2″, I looked closer at a feature that allows VPNv4 routes to be exchanged between two MPLS networks without requiring LDP or MPLS-TE, just BGP. Here’s the Cisco document:

MPLS VPN—Interautonomous System Support

Only the sample in the Cisco docs doesn’t document every step involved, so I’ve used their topology and filled in my own blanks. The attached ZIP file has a PDF showing the topology. Table 3 shows the specific platforms and minimum versions of IOS that support this feature.

Personally, this might be one of the coolest features that might appear on the CCIE SP lab. This was really fun to put together and I hope it helps someone one else too.


Justin White
CCIE #14745

File : interas-asbr.zip

27. IPV6 RIPng

28. BGP/Default Route Lab (Brian)

Here’s a topology that mimics a network I just completed building. It consists of one location (AS65000) multihomed to 2 ISP’s (AS300,400), with a remote site (R2) connected to ISP B (AS400). Both sites, (R1,R2) are connected with a T1.

What I’m doing with this lab is sending a default route to R2 via BGP, full tables to R65000, and redistributing the default path to OSPF.

Since I’m using IOS firewall images, you could also have IPSec/GRE tunnels setup and run OSPF between R1 and R2.

29. IPv6 EIGRP Topology

Here is an IPv6 EIGRP Topology over Frame-Relay with an OSPFv3 route redistributed in to EIGRP.

Frame-Relay Cloud
R1 - IP Address ABCD::AC0C:7B01/96 (s1/0)
R2 - IP Address ABCD::AC0C:7B02/96 (s1/0)
R3 - IP Address ABCD::AC0C:7B03/96 (s1/0)

Fast Ethernet
R2 - IP Address BCDE::AC0C:1702/96 (fa1/0)
R3 - IP Address BCDE::AC0C:1703/96 (fa1/0)
R4 - IP Address BCDE::AC0C:1704/96 (fa1/0)

Point-to-Point Serial
R3 - IP Address CDEF::A02:203/96 (s1/1)
R4 - IP Address CDEF::A02:204/96 (s1/1)

Loopbacks
R1 - IP Address 1111:1111::/16 (Lo0)
R2 - IP Address 2222:2222::/16 (Lo0)
R3 - IP Address 3333:3333::/16 (Lo0)
R4 - IP Address 4444:4444::/16 (Lo0)
R4 - IP Address 4545:4545::/16 (Lo1)

To use a Full Mesh Frame-Relay you have to map the link-local and interface addresses to the dlci. Only the link-local will have to be broadcast. Link-local addresses may vary from mine.
The command is frame-relay map ipv6

Do a show ipv6 interface f0/0 to get the Link-Local address for each router connected to the frame-relay cloud.

To enable IPv6 routing type ipv6 unicast-routing followed by ipv6 cef globally

Then type ipv6 router eigrp followed by no shutdown.

TIP
The EIGRP process by default, is in a shutdown status. Just like an interface. You will have to type no shutdown in the EIGRP process. This is a common error for those new to IPv6 EIGRP.

EIGRP also has to be enabled at the interface level by typing ipv6 enable followed by ipv6 eigrp

Put R4’s Loopback 1 into OSPFv3 area 0, then redistribute it into IPv6 EIGRP.

Ping all Address.

If you want to duplicate this topology you need at least IOS Version 12.4(6)T. Thats when Cisco introduced EIGRP for IPv6.

File : file

30. IPv6 running OSPFv3 & RIPng

Here is an IPv6 Routing Lab - Using 4-3640 Routers

It is running OSPFv3 and RIPng. Redistribution will be set up on R3. This will be a pure IPv6 environment. (as pure as I can get it)

I recommend IOS 12.3 or better

R1 & R2 are connected via Serial links using these ipv6 addresses
R1 — 0:1111:2222:3333::1/48 (s0/0)
R2 — 0:1111:2222:3333::2/48 (s0/0)

R2 & R3 are connected via Serial links using these ipv6 addresses
R2 — 0:2323:2222:3333::2/48 (s0/1)
R3 — 0:2323:2222:3333::3/48 (s0/0)

R3 & R4 are connected via Ethernet links using these ipv6 addresses
R3 — 0:3434:3333:4444::4/48 (e1/0)
R4 — 0:3434:3333:4444::3/48 (e1/0)

The Loopbacks for each router
R1 — 0:1111:1111:1111::1/48
R2 — 0:2222:2222:2222::2/48
R3 — 0:3333:3333:3333::3/48
R4 — 0:4444:4444:4444::4/48

The first thing you should do is enable ipv6 unicast-routing and ipv6 cef globally.

Then enter the IPv6 addresses.
Note: some IOS require you to type ipv6 enable at the interface level.

Router 1
Enable a router-id of 1.1.1.1 for the OSPFv3 process
The Loopback and the Serial interface should be in area 0
Turn off ipv4 routing

Router 2
Enable a router-id of 2.2.2.2 for the OSPFv3 process
The Loopback and both Serial interfaces should be in OSPFv3 area 0
Turn off ipv4 routing

Router 3
Enable a router-id of 3.3.3.3 for the OSPFv3 process
The Loopback interface should be in OSPFv3 area 3
The Serial interface should be in OSPFv3 area 0
The Ethernet interface should be in RIPng process
Turn off ipv4 routing

Router 4
The Loopback and Ethernet interface should be in the RIPng process
Turn off ipv4 routing

Redistribution on Router 3
1.) Redistribute RIPng routes into OSPFv3 with a metric of 120 and include connected routes.
2.) Redistribute OSPFv3 routes into RIPng with a metric of 3 and include connected routes.

Make sure you can ping all routes.

Some Basic IPv6 commands
ping 0:6754:4567:8899:33:84:4
show ipv6 route
show ipv6 rip
show ipv6 ospf
show ipv6 interface brief
—-
File : config

31. IEWB - Service Provider Topology - Visio Diagram v1.0

I have made this Visio diagram to have a better overview of the internetwork expert 4.0 service provider topology .
I have tried to match physical interfaces + Frame-relay Dlci + ATM Vci on the diagram itself so when you study you have everyting “insight”.

(Conan at hacki Forum)

FIle : sp-provider-topology.zip

32. 3725 - Configuring a Basic MPLS VPN

You can emulate with this a 05 router MPLS VPN backbone, capable of having different customers CPE’s and working even if they have the same IP addresses and transport BGP.

It worked fine at a 1G RAM IBM NetVista Desktop with one 1.8 GHz processor.

Just remember to have SP Services IOS for this 3725

FIle : mplsv2.zip

33. MPLS VPN Topology with 2 VPNS/4 CORE Router/4 CE/

Here is a Topology for MPLS VPNs with 2 different VPNs connected to the CORE, and there is a route reflector RR connected to both PEs:

pe1———-p1———–pe2

va-ce1 vb-ce1 va-ce2 vb-ce2

FIle : mpls-lab.zip

34. OSPF NBMA Topology

35. IP Expert R&S WB 9.0

FIle : dynamips-dynagen_ipexpert_version_90_topology.zip

36. Vlan LAB

vlan_lab Lab topology for your ccna, ccnp, ccie or just playing around

File : vlan-lab.zip

37. BGP Topology Lab

File : bgp.zip

38. CCNA Lab for Dynamips / Dynagen

39. TrunkMonster.013.net CCNA lab for 3640’s with switch module

Here is a lab I use for router and switch practice.
It has lots of redundancy.

The IP addresses are just suggestions.
I did it this way so that RIP and IGRP can be used too.

Designed for 3640 with a NM-16ESW switch module.
Needs IOS that understands switches.
I can not find the Cisco page with minimum IOS info, please forgive!
(sumthin like 122-8.T minimum)

File : Monster

40. Cisco Student Guide topology

I want to share the cisco mpls student guide 2.2 for practices.
This includes the topology and the *.net file.

Greetz and thanks for this great forum

Marigo

File : mplslab

41. CCNP Labs (video, etc) very complete .

42. CCNA Labs (video, etc) complete.

43. IPExpert Service Provider ( SP ) v.4.0 topologies.

Here is the topology for the IPexpert Service provider v4.0 workbooks

There is one .net for the A1 rack and another for the 7200 rack.

File : ipexpert

44. DMVN by sankilla.

File : dmvn

45. 3 Router lab for basic static, default routes, RIP and IGRP

46. BGP Lab, test eBGP, iBGP, route policing and route-maps.

File : bgp_lab

47. Dynamips topology incl net file for BCMSN.

For my BCMSN study I copied the topology from my workbook and made the *.net file for dynamips.
It does not cover all topics but you can test with STP, VTP, Etherchannel, etc.

I use the C3640-JK9O3S-M), Version 12.4(16a) IOS version.

File : bcmsn

48. MPLS Lab using multiple vrfs, ospf, ldp, MP-IBGP from theciscotech.

File : lab2

49. BGP Lab V01 by David Sudjiman

bgp lab

50. MPLS Lab version 3 by Justin White. Supports IPv6 VPN feature (6VPE) 2008-04-23

File : MPLS Ver 3

51. MPLS Lab version 3.5 by Justin White. Supports IPv6 VPN feature (6VPE) 2008-04-23

File : MPLS Ver 3.5

52. CBT CCIE practice lab by French Cisco User Group

53. Dynamips Dynagen GNS3 - OSPF virtual links by French Cisco User Group

54. Dynamips Dynagen GNS3 - Topologie IPv6 avec des 2691 by French Cisco User Group

55. Dynamips Dynagen MPLS VPN by French Cisco User Group

56. GNS3 ccna troubleshooting lab

Goal is to resolve connection between the end points

Password for everything is ‘trouble’

Used c2691-adventerprisek9_sna-mz.124-13b.bin for IOS

Default location for these files is C:\Program Files\GNS3\projects

File : trouble

57. Basic setup for NetMasterClass DOiT Workbook, from CCIE track.

58. CCNP lab (BGP/Default Route Lab)

File : ccnp3

59. Cisco student guide topology

File : MPLS-Lab

60. EIGRP lab example given in Jeff Doyle Vol 1

File : EIGRP

101 Resources for Self Learning Cisco

1. About Cisco From Wikipedia

2. Certification On Cisco From Wikipedia

3. Start Learning On Certification Level

>>>> CCNA

CCNA 1, Intro to Networking, Networking Fundamentals, Networking Media, Cable Testing, Cabling LANs and WANs, Ethernet Fundamentals, Ethernet Technologies, Ethernet Switching, TCP/IP Protocol Suite and IP Addressing, Routing Fundamentals, TCP/IP Transport and Application Layers

CCNA 2, WANs and Routers, Intro to Routers, Configuring a Router, Learning about Other Devices, Managing Cisco IOS Software, Routing and Routing Protocols, Distance Vector Routing Protocols, TCP/IP Suite Error and Control Messages, Basic Router Troubleshooting, Intermediate TCP/IP, TCP/IP Transport and Application Layers

CCNA 3, Intro to Classless Routing, Intro to Single Area OSPF, Intro to EIGRP, Switching Concepts, Switches, Switch Configuration, Spanning-Tree Protocol, Virtual LANs, VLAN Trunking Protocol

CCNA 4, Scaling IP Addresses, WAN, PPP, ISDN,Frame Relay, Intro to Network Administration

>>>> CCNP

CCNP 1, Overvew of Scalable Networks, Advanced IP Management, Routing Overview, RIP v2,EIGRP, Single Area OSPF, Multi-Area OSPF,IS-IS,Route Optimization Part 1,,Route Optimization-Part 2, BGP-Part 1, BGP-Part 2,The Routing Table

CCNP 2, Wide-Area Networks,Modems and Asynch. Dialup Connections, PPP Overview, ISDN and DDR, Dialer Profiles, Frame Relay, Managing Frame Relay Traffic, WAN Backup, Queuing and Compression, Scaling IP Addresses with NAT, Using AAA Scale Access Control, Broadband Connections, Virtual Private Networks

CCNP 3, Spanning Tree Protocol, InterVLAN Routing, Redundancy, AVVID, QoS, Securing MLS Networks, VLAN Maps, Transparent LAN Services

4. Simulator

  1. Semsim
  2. Boson
  3. Cisco 7200 Simulator (Dynamips), Dynagen (Dynamips front-end)
  4. VNUML (VNUML is aimed to help in testing network applications and services over complex testbeds made of several nodes (even tenths) and networks inside one Linux machine, without involving the investment and management complexity needed to create them using real equipment)
  5. Gns-3, The gns-3 project main goal is to develop a graphical user interface (GUI) for the network simulator ns-3 and using an IOS emulator - Install Steps in Windows XP
  6. VirtualPod
  7. CertExams
  8. Routersim
  9. MIMIC Virtual Lab CCNA
  10. Networksims

5. Video Tutorial around Cisco, Dynamips and Dynagen

  1. Cisco - Dynamips simple hub configuration
  2. Cisco - Dynamips (Router Emulation Software) Installation Tutorial
  3. Cisco - Dynagen / Dynamips Basic T1 Configuration
  4. Cisco - Dynamips with Microsoft Loopback Interface
  5. Cisco - Dynamips Virtual Wan with Ethernet Connectivity
  6. Cisco - Dynamips and Dynagen install on Linux
  7. Dynamips - Router emulation lab with a 3640 IOS image
  8. Dynagen - Using putty for Console access
  9. Cisco - Session Logging with Hyperterminal
  10. Cisco - How to enable ssh on a router
  11. Cisco - Automatic configuration backup
  12. Cisco - Replace the configuration on a running router
  13. Cisco - Config diff command
  14. Cisco - AAA local authentication
  15. PEMU - Cisco Pix Emulator on Windows
  16. PEMU - Cisco Pix Emulator on Linux
  17. Cisco - Router Time, DST and NTP configuration
  18. Cisco AAA login authentication with Radius (MS IAS)
  19. Cisco IOS - Run exec commands from config mode with ‘do’
  20. IOS on PC
  21. How to load an IOS image
  22. Frame-Relay setup
  23. Cisco SDM Config
  24. Simple Frame Relay
  25. Frame Relay Tutorial
  26. Config cisco routers such as a VPN server
  27. Config Cisco Routers for Call Manager
  28. Dynamips and Linux ethernet interface
  29. Dynamips with Linux loopback (tap) interface
  30. How to configure nat overload (pat)
  31. Cisco-automatic configuration Backup

6. Video Training around Networking

  1. TCP/IP Fundamentals Training Videos (This series of videos on TCPIP Fundamentals, by Scott Skinger, is the perfect primer for an IT newbie or an excellent review of important TCPIP concepts for the seasoned IT pro. Topics covered include TCPIP theory, assigning static/dynamic IP addresses, components of an IP Address, configuring subnet masks, public/private IP addresses, IP address planning, calculating binary numbers, configuring the default gateway and more)
  2. Network Components (Network+ Training - Network Components, by Chris Bryant, teaches you all about the important devices that make up a computer network. Topics covered include repeaters, hubs, bridges, switches, network cards, firewalls and proxy servers. You will learn how a switch operates, the benefits of using a switch over a hub/bridge and much more)
  3. Cisco routing and switching (Cisco CCNA - Lan Switching,Troubleshooting - Physical & Data Link Layer,Troubleshooting - Frame Relay)

7. Cisco IOS

8. Cisco Tips and Tricks

  1. Cisco Routers and Switches: Tools, Tips and Tricks You Never Knew
  2. The Coolest Cisco Links of All
  3. BGP quick tips
  4. How to Setup a VLAN on a Cisco Switch
  5. Configure Vlan on Vmware and Dynamips : step by step
  6. How to use the OSI Model to Troubleshoot Networks

9. Sample Config & Guide

  1. One router, NAT to 2 ISPs
  2. Cisco 1760-V SRST & POTS w/notes
  3. Cisco 2651XM-V SRST & PRI w/notes
  4. Cisco 5500 Catalyst Switch
  5. Cisco PIX 520 Firewall ver 6.3
  6. Sample Configuration for BGP with Two Different Service Providers (Multihoming)
  7. Sample Configuration Using the ip nat outside source list Command
  8. Guide to Cisco Router Configuration
  9. Sample Configuration for BGP with Two Different Service
  10. Cisco 801 ISDN calling an ISP with one way CHAP authentication and NAT
  11. Async Dial Back Example
  12. Back-to-Back Frame Relay
  13. Using the Border Gateway Protocol for Interdomain Routing
  14. CCIE Voice Home lab with Dynamips/VMware
  15. CallManager Express and Dynamips

10. Free Cisco Lab

  1. FreeCiscoLab
  2. Firewall CX
  3. Cisco Lab For Free

11. Forum

12. CCIE Blog ( journey to become CCIE day by day)

13. GNS3 Related Tutorials

14. Cheatsheet (by PacketLife) Download All Cheatsheet

  • Procotocols : BGP ver 1.0, EIGRP 1.1, Ipsec, IPV4, IPV6, IS-IS, OSPF, SPanning Tree
  • Reference : Common Ports, Subnetting
  • Syntax : Markdown, MediaWiki
  • Technologies : MPLS, QoS, Vlans
  • Misc : Cisco IOS version, Physical Terminations

15. Others :

Hack Your Wii for Homebrew Apps and DVD Playback


Despite the fact that it ships with a DVD drive, for whatever godforsaken reason, the Nintendo Wii doesn't support DVD playback--until last week, that is, when a homebrew hacker released a tool that enables DVD playback on your Wii. The best part? You don't have to crack open your Wii or disturb your hardware in any way to install it. Let's take a detailed look at how to softmod your Wii with the
Twilight hack to run homebrew apps. Then I'll show you how to install the Wii port of the open source media player, mplayer, to turn your Wii into a DVD (or should I say WiiVD?) player.

What You'll Need

Since we're going to be doing a softmod of your Wii (i.e., we're not modifying any hardware), you don't really need much to accomplish this hack.


twilight-princess.png


NOTE: I'm doing this all on a Windows PC, but you can manually install the Twilight Hack if you don't have access to a Windows PC.


The secret sauce lies in the Twilight Princess game. Essentially, we're going to load a fake game into Twilight Princess that exploits a buffer overflow and allows you install homebrew software on your Wii.


Sound complicated? Figuring it out may have been, but the excellent Wii hackers have made exploiting the Twilight hack is a cinch.


Hacking Your Wii for Homebrew


00-format-disk.pngTo get started, plug your SD card into your computer. It needs to be formatted as a FAT16 filesystem, so find the SD card in My Computer and format it by right-clicking, selecting Format, and setting FAT as your file system. (If you have trouble formatting your SD card this way, try out the SD Card Formatter.)



Now it's time to prepare the SD card with the Twilight Hack. If you haven't already, download the Wii Brew SD Installer. When you've got it, make sure your SD card is plugged in and run the installer. The installer is fairly self-explanatory, but I'll walk you through it.


Choose Your Install Location



This should match the location of the SD card you just formatted above.

Select the Homebrew Features and Twilight Hack

Now you need to select the packages you want to install on your SD card (and, eventually, your Wii). I'd suggest selecting the Homebrew Channel (in fact, you need to if you want this to work), the Homebrew Browser, and DVDX (you'll need this last one for DVD playback). Make sure to select the Twilight Hack that matches your region. Hit Next and the Wii SD Installer will copy all the necessary files to your SD card.


Take Note of Your Twilight Princess Disc



If you're in the U.S., your copy of Twilight Princess is one of three different versions. One of the versions of the disc requires that you use a different save slot when we load the game later on, so just take note of the text on the inner circle of the bottom of the Twilight Princess game disc. (I needed TwilightHack2, for example.)


Perform the Twilight Hack on Your Wii

sd-card-in.pngBy this point, your SD card is officially prepared for your Wii. Unplug it from your computer and move over to your Wii. Plug it in and power up your Wii. At this point, you'll need to erase your current Twilight Princess saved game, copy the Twilight hack to your Wii, and execute it in Twilight Princess. (If you haven't played the game and created a save slot, you should do that before proceeding.) The video below from the WiiBrew folks details exactly how to do this.


NOTE: If the installation froze after you loaded the saved game and talked to the man, chances are you need to use the other saved game.



You'll need to accept a disclaimer and go through a few other screens to finish the installation (just use the 1 button on your Wiimote to accept). When it completes, head back to the Wii menu. The glorious new Wii Homebrew Channel awaits.


Turn Your Wii into a DVD Player



Now that you've got the Homebrew Channel installed, setting up DVD support is a breeze. Fire up your the Homebrew Channel from the main Wii menu and you should see the DVDx installer and Homebrew Browser. Click on the DVDx installer and run through the prompt. Hit A to select Normal install unless you've installed a modchip in your Wii. (If you're following this guide, chances are you don't have a modchip.) You've finished the first step.


Now you need to shut off your Wii and plug the SD card back into your computer, because it's time to install mplayer, the app that will play back DVDs on your Wii. You can download it from the HackMii web site at the bottom of this post. (Mplayer appears to be available in the Homebrew Browser, but it's not the version that supports DVD playback, so make sure you download it manually.)


After you've downloaded it, copy the entire mplayer folder to the apps folder on your SD card. Now just take the SD card back to your Wii, plug it in, and run the Homebrew Channel again. This time you should see mplayer next to your other installed apps, like below.



To play back a DVD, just fire up mplayer, insert a DVD, and select the Play DVD option in the mplayer menu. You'll notice two Play DVD menu items, the second of which reads Play DVD (libdvdnav). The libdvdnav attempts to use the built-in DVD menu, while the other just plays the first title. Unfortunately libdvdnav doesn't really work correctly with the Wiimote yet, but it looks to be on its way.



It takes a few seconds for mplayer to start playing the DVD, but once it does it plays without a hitch (or at least it has in all my experience). Thanks to YouTube, here's what it looks like:



The Wiimote/Gamecube controller playback shortcuts work as follows:

A - Pause
B - OSD
1/X - Toggle on screen menu
RIGHT - Seek 10s forward
LEFT - Seek 10s backward
UP - Seek 60s forward
DOWN - Seek 60s backward
+/R - Seek to the next chapter
-/L - Seek to the previous chapter
HOME/Z - Quit

What Else?

Once you've got your Wii opened up to homebrew apps, you've unlocked all kinds of potential, including emulators for old-school gaming consoles, different media players, and other utilities. If you've already got the Homebrew channel running on your Wii, let's hear what homebrew apps you've been using and loving in the comments. If the very idea of hacking your Wii sends shivers down your spine but you'd still like to squeeze out more functionality, check out how to use your Wii as a media center.

Thursday, August 21, 2008

How to Jailbreak Your 2.0.1 iPhone Using QuickPwn (Windows)

These are instructions on how to jailbreak your 2.0.1 iPhone using the QuickPwn command line tool released by the iPhone Dev-Team. Please remember this is beta software and may not work for some.

Currently the recommended solution for jailbreaking your iPhone using windows is still WinPwn.

Step One
Download QuickPwn from here to your desktop.

Step Two
Double click the downloaded zip file(QuickPwn.zip) to extract a folder called quickpwn.


Step Three
Download the 2.0.1 firmware for your specific iPhone and place it in the quickpwn folder you just created.
iPhone 2G: iPhone1,1_2.0.1_5B108_Restore.ipsw
iPhone 3G: iPhone1,2_2.0.1_5B108_Restore.ipsw


Step Four
Replace the logo.png and the recovery.png files in the quickpwn directory with your own custom bootloader images. You can download the iClarified boot logo here and the recovery logo here.

If you are creating your own remember the rules are very strict. They must be RGB or Grayscale format with Alpha channel and dimension bellow 320x480.


Step Five
Connect your iPhone to the computer via USB cable, make sure iTunes detects it, and then close any iTunes processes that start. Then in the quickpwn folder double click either iPhone 2G.bat , iPod touch.bat , or iPhone 3g.bat depending on which device you are using.


If prompted click the Run button to launch the batch file.


Step Six
You will then be asked to power off your iPhone and press Enter once it has been turned off.


Step Seven
QuickPwn will now help you put your iPhone in DFU Mode. Read through the instructions so you know whats ahead then type in y and press Enter. As an alternative you can put the iPhone into DFU mode yourself using these directions then press Enter.


Step Eight
First you will be asked to hold down the Power button for 5 seconds. Then you will have to also hold down the Home button for 10 seconds without letting go of the Power button. At the end of 10 seconds you will need to release only the Power button.


Step Eleven
After a few seconds of holding down just the Home button QuickPwn will detect the DFU mode and start performing operations.

After 8 operations are performed QuickPwn will ask you to "Please wait while your iPhone is Jailbroken". You can press any key to close the command prompt window.


Your iPhone will display a turning wheel and in a few minutes will be jailbroken! If you have a 2G iPhone and would like to unlock simply install and run BootNeuter from Cydia.

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Compilation of Included SV files inside Legacy Verilog Files

Question:
How to enable compilation of included SV files inside legacy Verilog files
and vice versa?

Answer:

The switches "+systemverilogext+.sv:" with :+v2k" or
"+verilog2001ext+.v" with "-sverilog" helps in the compilation of
a mix of SystemVerilog and legacy Verilog files.

+systemverilogext+.sv [+v2k]: compiling all files as legacy Verilog files and
files with .sv extension as SV files.

+verilog2001ext+.v [-sverilog]: compiling all files as SystemVerilog files and
files with .v extension as legacy Verilog files.

However, these switches will not apply to the included files, as VCS will consider
the included files to be of the same type as the file where they are included,
irrespective of the extension of the included files.

For example:

//top.v
`include "intf.sv"
module top;
endmodule

//intf.sv
interface intf;
endinterface

With the following command

% vcs +v2k top.v +systemverilogext+.sv

VCS will issue a syntax error while parsing the included file intf.sv, since VCS
considers the interface file also as a v2k type file as top.v.

The solution to this is as follows.

Change the file name of top.v to top.sv, so that both top.sv and intf.sv
will be parsed with SV syntax. However, this might not be feasible if top.v has
identifiers, which are keywords in SV.

Hence, a more appropriate solution is to use the switch "-extinclude".
This would ensure the following switch combination "+systemverilogext+.sv" to be effective
for the included files as well.

The same switch is applicable in case of "+verilog2001ext+.v" also.

Now with the following command:

% vcs +v2k top.v +systemverilogext+.sv -extinclude

The above code will be compiled without any errors.

A similar example for the 2nd situation is:

% vcs -sverilog +verilog2001ext+.v TB.sv -extinclude

where in TB.sv, you include a legacy Verilog file dut.v.

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Friday, August 15, 2008

How to Unlock/Jailbreak Your 2.0.1 2G iPhone (Windows)

This tutorial will use WinPwn to unlock and jailbreak your 2G iPhone on the 2.0.1 firmware. The latest version of WinPwn does install Installer.app

IMPORTANT: Some 2G users have experienced problems with the latest version of WinPwn. *****FOR THE PARTITION SIZER, SET IT TO 512MB!!! IF YOU DO NOT SET IT TO SOMETHING ABOUT 500MBS, IT WILL NOT WORK*****Or either deselect CydiaEither deselect Cydia or you can still follow these instructions using WinPwn 2.0.0.3 and the 2.0.0 iPhone firmware.

Please keep these notes in mind...
- You MUST do a full uninstall of winpwn before installing the new version
- Make sure you have the latest version of iTunes ( Currently 7.7)
- WinPwn uses 300MB of ram at peak due to the ipsw being extracted in memory
- You must first click browse and load an IPSW to use WinPwn (i thought this was clear)
- For 2.0 only the *5A347_Restore.ipsw files are valid. The 345 image will not work
- If you see Failed to load image catalog/payload catalog, this is fine and won't cause problems
- If you already have service with AT&T do not activate or install Youtube Fix
These are instructions on how to unlock and jailbreak your 2.0.1, 2G iPhone using Windows and WinPwn.

To follow this tutorial you will need to have iTunes 7.7 installed (make sure to reboot). Also, you may need to download and install .Net Framework if you are on Windows XP.

Step One
Create a folder on your desktop called Pwnage. In it place the following files: Winpwn 2.0.0.4 or Winpwn 2.0.0.4 , 3.9BL , 4.6BL , and the latest 2.0.1 firmware.

Step Two
Install WinPwn by extracting the downloaded zip from Step One and running the setup executable. Once WinPwn has been installed it will put a shortcut icon on your desktop. Double click to launch the application.
Step Three
Once WinPwn has opened click the Browse .ipsw button.

Step Four
Locate the 2.0 firmware file (iPhone1,1_2.0.1_5B108_Restore.ipsw) from the Pwnage folder on your desktop and click Open.

Step Five
WinPwn will check the firmware to make sure its valid. Now click the IPSW Builder button.

Step Six
The IPSW Builder window will open to the Applications tab. Check to select Cydia and if you are not on AT&T then check to select YouTube Fix.

Step Seven
Click to select the Custom Images tab. From here you can can select
your own boot images.

Step Eight
Click to select the Custom Payload tab. From this tab you can select custom payloads you have created to be automatically installed. We will discuss this in a future tutorial.

Step Nine
Click to select the Advanced tab. Check to select: Activate Phone, Enable Baseband update, and Unlock baseband.

We will also need to load the Bootloader files. Click the Bootloader 3.9 button and then select the BL39.bin file in your Pwnage Folder. Then click the Bootloader 4.6 button and select the BL46.bin file in your Pwnage Folder.

Step Ten
Click the Build .ipsw button at the bottom left to build your custom ipsw firmware file. Navigate to your Pwnage folder and click the Save button.

Step Eleven
Once WinPwn has finished creating your custom firmware then click the iPwner button from the main menu.

Step Twelve
Select the custom firmware file we just built from the Pwnage folder on your desktop and click the Open button.

Step Thirteen
You will then be notified that your iTunes has been Pwned!

Step Fourteen
Next we will need to put the iPhone in the DFU mode and restore using iTunes. To put your iPhone into DFU mode please follow these instructions: Press and hold the Home button and the Sleep/Wake button at the same time. After exactly 10 seconds release the Sleep/Wake button. Continue holding the home button until you iTunes pops up a message telling you that it has detected an iPhone in recovery mode. The iPhone screen will remain black. NOTE***: It may take a few attempts to get your iPhone into DFU mode. Generally, I hold down both buttons then release the Home button just before I think the Apple logo would appear. If you are still holding both buttons down and you see the Apple logo you are holding them down for too long!

Step Fifteen
iTunes will prompt you that you are in recovery mode.

Hold down Shift and click the Restore button in iTunes.

A popup window will appear asking you to select your firmware. Select the Custom firmware file we saved in the Pwnage folder and then click the Open button.

Once the restore is complete you will have your iPhone unlocked and jailbroken!

How to Jailbreak Your 2.0.1 3G iPhone (Windows)

These are instructions on how to jailbreak your 2.0.1, 3G iPhone using Windows and WinPwn. The latest version of WinPwn does include the Installer app.
Please keep these notes in mind...
- You MUST do a full uninstall of winpwn before installing the new version
- Make sure you have the latest version of iTunes ( Currently 7.7)
- WinPwn uses 300MB of ram at peak due to the ipsw being extracted in memory
- You must first click browse and load an IPSW to use WinPwn (i thought this was clear)
- For 2.0 only the *5A347_Restore.ipsw files are valid. The 345 image will not work
- If you see Failed to load image catalog/payload catalog, this is fine and won't cause problems
- If you already have service with AT&T do not activate or install Youtube Fix

To follow this tutorial you will need to have iTunes 7.7 installed (make sure to reboot). Also, you may need to download and install .Net Framework if you are on Windows XP.


Step One
Create a folder on your desktop called Pwnage. In it place Winpwn 2.0.0.4 or Winpwn 2.0.0.4 and the latest 2.0.1 firmware.

Step Two
Install WinPwn by extracting the downloaded zip from Step One and running the setup executable. Once WinPwn has been installed it will put a shortcut icon on your desktop. Double click to launch the application.

Step Three
Once WinPwn has opened click the Browse .ipsw button.


Step Four
Locate the 2.0 firmware file (iPhone1,2_2.0.1_5B108_Restore.ipsw) from the Pwnage folder on your desktop and click Open.

Step Five
WinPwn will check the firmware to make sure its valid. Now click the IPSW Builder button.

Step Six
The IPSW Builder window will open to the Applications tab. Check to select Cydia and if you are not on AT&T then check to select YouTube Fix.
Step Seven
Click to select the Custom Images tab. From here you can can select
your own boot images.

Step Eight
Click to select the Custom Payload tab. From this tab you can select custom payloads you have created to be automatically installed. We will discuss this in a future tutorial.

Step Nine
Click to select the Advanced tab. Check to select: Activate Phone.

NOTE*: Deselect Activate if you have an iPhone legitimately activated on an official carrier.

Step Ten
Click the Build .ipsw button at the bottom left to build your custom ipsw firmware file. Navigate to your Pwnage folder and click the Save button.

Step Eleven
Once WinPwn has finished creating your custom firmware then click the iPwner button from the main menu.

Step Twelve
Select the custom firmware file we just built from the Pwnage folder on your desktop and click the Open button.

Step Thirteen
You will then be notified that your iTunes has been Pwned!


Step Fourteen
Next we will need to put the iPhone in the DFU mode and restore using iTunes. To put your iPhone into DFU mode please follow these instructions: Press and hold the Home button and the Sleep/Wake button at the same time. After exactly 10 seconds release the Sleep/Wake button. Continue holding the home button until you iTunes pops up a message telling you that it has detected an iPhone in recovery mode. The iPhone screen will remain black. NOTE***: It may take a few attempts to get your iPhone into DFU mode. Generally, I hold down both buttons then release the Home button just before I think the Apple logo would appear. If you are still holding both buttons down and you see the Apple logo you are holding them down for too long!

Step Fifteen
iTunes will prompt you that you are in recovery mode.

Hold down Shift and click the Restore button in iTunes.


A popup window will appear asking you to select your firmware. Select the Custom firmware file we saved in the Pwnage folder and then click the Open button.

Your iPhone will now be restored to the jailbroken 2.0.1 firmware!