Dynamips is a software that emulates Cisco IOS on a traditional PC. It has been created by Christophe Fillot who started his work in August 2005. The last official release of Dynamips supports Cisco 7200, 3600 series (3620, 3640 and 3660), 3700 series (3725, 3745), 2600 series (2610 to 2650XM, 2691) and 1700 series. It is very popular with people studying for CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate), CCNP (Cisco Certified Network Professional) and CCIE (Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert) certification exams. Please note that you must provide your own IOS images compatible with the Cisco hardware emulated by Dynamips.
GNS3 is based on Dynamips and Dynagen (a text-based front-end for Dynamips) to create a complete virtual Cisco network, adding many additional features and most importantly making it easy to create, change and save your network topologies.
Unfortunately, Dynamips is no longer officially maintained, this is why we have chosen to make – with the precious help of contributors – an unofficial version of Dynamips called dynamips-community that brings many improvements. We encourage contributions and the code repository is accessible on GitHub.
- Dynamips 0.2.12 binaries for Windows
- Dynamips 0.2.12 binary for Mac OS X (Intel 64-bit)
- Dynamips 0.2.12 source
- Dynamips 0.2.8-community binaries for Windows
- Dynamips 0.2.8-community binary for Mac OS X (Intel 64-bit)
- Dynamips 0.2.8-community source
- Dynamips 0.2.8-RC3-community binaries for Windows
- Dynamips 0.2.8-RC3-community binary for Mac OS X (Intel 64-bit)
- Dynamips 0.2.8-RC3-community binary for Mac OS X (Intel 32-bit)
- Dynamips 0.2.8-RC3-community binary for Linux (32-bit)
- Dynamips 0.2.8-RC3-community binary for Linux (64-bit)
- Dynamips 0.2.8-RC3-community source
- Dynamips 0.2.8-RC2 binaries for Windows
- Dynamips 0.2.8-RC2 binary for Mac OS X
- Dynamips 0.2.8-RC2 binary for Linux (32-bit)
- Dynamips 0.2.8-RC2 binary for Linux (64-bit)
- Dynamips 0.2.8-RC2 source