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Many of you are tired surfing internet about how to install packettracer in Linux host machine, In this tutorials I simply guide you through  the simplest instruction about installing the packettracer in Linux system, here the Linux host machine that I have considered is  CENTOS-6, but same rule applies for the fedora core as well as for the Redhat Linux,

As, you guys already know packettracer is the cisco devices network simulation software, Packettracer allows us to simulate and test the different networks topology with the CISCO routers and CISCO switches. Without talking much more, let’s jump into our objectives.

To install Packettracer in Linux host, we download the BIN Package of Packettracer from the internet, which can find from this link DOWNLOAD PACKETTRACER, after having this bin package we follow the following steps as shown below

STEP1: COPY THE DOWNLOADED BIN FILE TO /USR/BIN LOCATION

[root@manoj Downloads] # CP PacketTracer533_i386_no_tutorials_installer-rpm.bin /usr/bin

STEP2: Make the Packettracer file executable by issuing the following command

[root@manoj bin] # chmod+x  PacketTracer533_i386_no_tutorials_installer-rpm.bin

STEP3: Installation of Packettracer
To install the packettracer issue the following command in your console, remember that you should be in the bin directory

[root@manoj bin] # PacketTracer533_i386_no_tutorials_installer-rpm.bin

STEP4: Installation Complete
After issuing the above command accept the agreement by typingyes which finally install the packettracer in your LINUX HOST machine, to launch packettracer go to

APPLICATION-> INTERNET-> CISCO PACKETTRACER 

Snapshot is shown below

Packettracer launching snapshot

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