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Hello Experts,

I have configured a VM using Nexus emulator image Titanium.

I have reached the stage shown in  image6. However, what is now required is for me to:

'Connect to the VM from the console connection previous created during the VM installation procedure to manually load the system image'

After that I should be presented with image7.

The problem is I'm not sure what 'Connect to the VM from the console connection previous created during the VM installation procedure to manually load the system image' means

Any help would be great

Regards

Carlton
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 2000 total points
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Have you removed the original serial port, and create a new serial port?

Okay, have you configured your virtual machine as per the following Articles below:-

http://www.viktorious.nl/2014/05/14/building-virtual-cisco-nexus-lab-vsphere/

http://tejasjain1991.blogspot.co.uk/2013/06/cisco-nexus-titanium.html

and then access as per link

http://roadtocciedc.blogspot.nl/2014/01/cisco-titanium-nx-os-emulator.html
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Hi,

Yes, I changed the serial port to telnet://10.93.138.40:9001
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OK,

I got it to work.

Thank you again
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No Problems, Good Luck with the Nexus emulator
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Thanks
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