Packet Tracer question.

mgmguy1mgmguy1 Posts: 461Member
I am currently watching an ICND 2 video on Rip V2 and I have a question.

I am building the Video lab scenario in my packet tracer and my Serial interfaces are showing Serial0/1/0 and Serial0/1/1.
I want to know if in Packet tracer I can make them like this.

Serial0/0
Serial0/1

If anyone knows if this is possible please let me know. My packet tracer version is 5.3.2.0027

Thanks.
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  • RouteMyPacketRouteMyPacket Posts: 1,104Member
    Why? To be identical to the lab you are doing? I don't think you can change that, perhaps look at adding a new module?

    Try adding two WIC-1T to your router (2621XM), that should do it for you.
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  • Ltat42aLtat42a Posts: 585Member ■■■□□□□□□□
    Use the 2620XM router in Packet Tracer. It has 2 WIC slots to install serial interfaces. If you use the WIC-2T, these will show up as S0/0, 0/1.

    hth
  • VAHokie56VAHokie56 Posts: 783Member
    ya just depends on what slot you put the wic in...but like Bill Murry up there said it really makes no difference as long as you are using a serial interface.
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  • goldenlightgoldenlight Posts: 378Member
    VAHokie56 wrote: »
    ya just depends on what slot you put the wic in...but like Bill Murry up there said it really makes no difference as long as you are using a serial interface.


    what he said above..

    playing with the Packet Tracer 1841 router myself. I find if I add the wic-2t to slot 0 or the slot all the way over to the right.

    YOu will get s0/0/0
    s0/0/1


    This might apply with all the Cisco routers. Just play around with it in Packet Tracer...
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