Categories: Cisco , GNS3 , PEMU -  Comments
Since I discovered Dynamips and Pemu, I have been trying to figure out a way to test Pix configurations with a single PC running Windows XP. The real trick has always been communicating with the virtual Pix. With Linux, it was not a problem but Windows has always been another story until I recently figured out how to communicate with pemu using GNS3.
After completing this tutorial, you will be able to send traffic from the loopback interface on your PC through the virtual Pix and out the ethernet interface on your PC.
Now, before anyone starts sending me emails and spamming the comments, let me say that this is for testing purposes only. Do not be confused by the title of this blog post.