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    Using Topologies in Public Libraries

    The public libraries section of Junosphere contains a series of existing topology examples that can serve as a base from which you can create your own topologies.

    Most files contain a PowerPoint presentation that graphically depicts the topology, as well as configuration files (.conf) that contain sample scripts.

    To start a topology from these public libraries:

    1. Determine the number of VM units required for the topology.
    2. Select Topologies > Manage Topologies.
    3. Click the Public tab. A list of topologies appears.
    4. Check the box next to the topology that you want. A graphical representation of that topology appears in the Preview section.
    5. Click the Start button at the bottom right of the Topologies section.
    6. A dialog box appears asking you to select the sandbox in which you want to start the topology. After you select the sandbox, click theStart button.

    If you do not have an existing reservation for the topology you want to start, a dialog box will appear and prompt you to add a reservation. If there is an active reservation, but it has insufficient capacity, a different dialog box appears, notifying you that you do not have sufficient capacity.

    Published: 2013-08-15