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router serial connections

I'm presently using GNS for Labs for Cisco Routers/Switches and the issue I'm having is that I'm using Cisco's Lab Portfolio 642-901 to do the labs.  Issue really comes into play when the lab's ask for s0/0/0 and the routers within GNS, that I use, are 2691 and 7200 series routers and I don't believe that they have s0/0/0, but they do have s0/0, s1/0, s1/1 and so on.  Which routers should I be using in order to match the serial numbers that the labs ask for?

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Ernie BeekExpertCommented:
That really shoudn't be a prtoblem. The naming conventions (for modular routers/switches) are like:
interface-name shelf/module/interface-number or for smaller models: interface-name module/interface-number.

So you can simple replace s0/0/0 with s0/0, s0/0/1 with s0/1, etc. This won't change anything to the result of the labs.
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