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README.md

HOW TO USE

Requirements - Ruby 2.53, postgresql , familiar with running a rails application (there are tons of blogs online)

1.) Open the webpage (http://localhost:3000) and you will appear at the LabRack screen. Most of you will only need one rack, however here at Cloverhound we have a Wireless and Collaboration rack.

2.) Add a rack with a name.

3.) Add your VMWare devices first. The platform works by reverting machines to a snapshot, so you'll want to go into your VMWare and make snapshots of all the starting points for your labs. For example on a CUCM it may be pretty much a clean install of a cluster with not much configuration.

4.) Add all your devices, this is your Cisco hardware devices and your VMWare devices. (You will see under a Device, you can select a VMWare Device instead)

5.) Add your lab scenarios. You can have as many as you like. A lab scenario ties devices to specific configs for that lab. This way you can have different starting points for your labs.

6.) Add your devices to a Lab.

7.) Add configurations to those devices under a lab (This is also where you associate the Snapshot name you want)

You will find 'revert' buttons near each device in the lab and for the lab as a whole.

Enjoy this gift from you friends at Cloverhound future CCIEs.

(This application is NOT APPROVED to be used commercially in any training companies rack control systems. Reach out if you would like to license or have Cloverhound build your system. Partners may install this for their engineers to train on.)

-Chad (cstachowicz@cloverhound.com)

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