Packet Tracer using Wineskin Winery ...

Ok, for many who read my blog, you may be aware that I dabble with many geeky projects, some count as work.

As a fan of the shiny world of Mac, I have produced a couple of creative commons resources over the years for the Cisco Academy community, covering how Packet Tracer may be ported to a Mac.

Looks like we now have a potentially tidy version three offering, moving from Virtual Machine, to Play on Mac now to a fully 'bottled' app, I have this working on v 5.3.3 and v6.0 (beta)

To download please follow this link and download the app for 5.3.3, it looks like it will work on ....
  • Snow Leopard, Lion and Mountain Lion, but this I would like to see tested.
  • Multiuser seems to work, but you MUST set a rule in your firewall to allow this, otherwise your Mac will ignore any connection attempts.
Yes you will need to unzip the contents of the folder to a location that you wish to run this, I may work on a DMG file, but lets do one step at a time. Please also note, it is 238 MB, so depending on your connection, now may be a good time to put the kettle on.

I have not as yet tested it with the curriculum or the SBA, but I am sure we can work on this, currently for previous versions these were offerings that worked in v1 (using a Virtual Machine) but not in Play on Mac.

Please either comment on the Facebook group or via this blog entry, feedback as ever is appreciated.

As a byline, thanks to my mate Rob Spragg who as yet does not know what I am doing to his bandwidth.



Comments

  1. CAN THIS RUN IN ANY OTHER COMPUTER?


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    1. If you want to run it on a Linux or Windows machine, you can get these versions from the Cisco academy site?

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  2. it works for mac mountain lion

    thanks

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  3. AMAZING!.... thanks for it!!! thanks for that!

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  4. MAANNNN!!!!!!!! without words, thank you very much !!

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  5. Where can I find a version with 6.0 already setup? Or how can I update this version to 6.0? Is there files I can replace in the app contents? I looked and did not see anything obvious.

    Thanks for all this work.

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  6. something that has yet to be done ...

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  7. Downloading and testing on Snow Leopard. I'll post the results here. Thank you!

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