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MikroTik RouterOS is a Linux based operating system that runs on You can install it in VirtualBox and play around with this virtual device. It supports x86 bit architecture and can be used on most of popular hypervisors such as VMWare, Hyper-V, VirtualBox, KVM and others. CHR has full . Bagaiaman cara menghubungkan mikrotik pada virtualbox dengan gns3? ini solusinya adalah dengan cara install mikrotik tersebut di virtual box dan agar.
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Open-Source Routing and Network Simulation. UNetLab is the current, stable version of the network emulator and EVE-NG is an updated version of the same tool, available as an alpha release. Its graphical user interface runs in a web browser. The procedure is the same for UNetLab. EVE-NG is a clientless network emulator that provides a user interface via a browser.
Users may create network nodes from a library of templates, connect them together, and configure them. Advanced users or administrators may add software images to the library and build custom templates to support almost any network scenario. EVE-NG supports pre-configured multiple hypervisors on one virtual machine. They are also developing an EVE-Cloud hosted solution that I assume will allow users to pay for access in exchange for a hosted solution on a remote cloud server.
However, the developers have stopped developing UNetLab. As a first step, we will install applications that EVE-NG uses when interacting with nodes and we will integrate new protocol handlers into the Internet browser. In this case, I am using Firefox but this procedure should support other browsers, also. To install the script, execute the following commands in a terminal window on your Linux computer:. The script installs telnet, wireshark, and a VNC viewer.
It also configures the new protocol handlers.
This nested virtualization setup is not supported by VirtualBox — my usual VM manager. In this example, we download the file VMware-Player The VMware install wizard will start.
Accept the license terms and follow the prompts to install VMware. When you get to the license window, select the button that you agree to use VMware Player for only non-commercial use. Follow the prompts until the VMware installation is completed. Start VMware player from your application launcher or enter the following command in the terminal:. The VMware player window opens up. It is over one Gigabyte in size so it may take a long time to download.
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Next, Create a new virtual machine in VMware Player. Click on the Open a Virtual Machine button in the player window. A file browser window will appear.
This opens the Import Virtual Machine window. Give the virtual machine a name and click the Import button. So that nested virtual machines running inside a VMware virtual machine can communicate with external networks, change the permissions of the VMware virtual interfaces so that any user running VMware Player can access them.
First find the vmnet devices on your host computer. These will have been set up when you installed VMware Player, or when you create a virtual machine in VMware player that uses these interfaces. To see all available vmnet devices, execute the commands:. We see from the command output that there are three vmnet devices and that all are accessible by only the root user. Execute the following commands. If you found a different list of vmnet devices when you listed them, adapt your commands to match the devices on your computer:.
A restart will not work.
You need to shut down the VM completely first, then start it again. To make permanent changes so you do not need to modify the vmnet device permissions every time you start your computer, you may modify the VMware service script 1.
The default root password is displayed above the login prompt. In this case, the userid is root and the password is acra. First, you need to create a new root password. Choose an IP address. The VMware Player installed on my Linux computer uses the subnet Vigtualbox range may be different on other operating systems. This means that, if I manually assign a static IP address that is lower vi Enter the IP address of the default network gateway.
In this case, VMware assigns the IP address of This is the same as the default gateway IP address: Choose the appropriate value for the method the VM will use to connect to the Internet. In some cases you may need to configure a proxy.
In my case, I chose Direct connection. Again, look at the IP address displayed above the login prompt.
How to set up the UNetLab or EVE-NG network emulator on a Linux system
It should show The default userid for the graphical user interface is admin. The password is unl. In the rest of this post, we will verify that EVE-NG works with open-source images by adding a Linux image and creating a simple network topology mikrotjk the new image.
EVE-NG does not come with images already provided.
Users must find software images to support the nodes that will run in the EVE-NG network emulation scenario they wish to viftualbox. EVE-NG comes with templates configured to support various commercial routers and network appliances and also provides templates for a few open-source alternatives such as VyOS and Linux. To keep this post at a reasonable length, I will discuss how EVE-NG can support full-featured Linux nodes with persistent file systems in a future post.
In this case, I chose to use Puppy Linux. First, create the directory in which you will store the image. EVE-NG requires the name of the directory is in a specific format: The dash is important. The unique text that completes the directory name must follow the dash. Change the name of the file to cdrom.
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Finally, ensure that permissions are set up correctly. EVE-NG provides a script to fix any permission problems. You should run this whenever you add a new image:. First, I will create a new folder. This is optional and you may create labs in the root directory if you want to. To create a new folder, enter the new folder name in the text box and click on the green Add folder button. In this example, I am creating a folder named brian. Open the folder by double-clicking on it.
Next, select the Add new Lab icon from the tool bar:. A dialog box will open requesting information about the lab. Here you must enter the lab name and the version. Other optional fields are available, such as the Description field, so you can provide information to future users who may open this lab file. Click on the Save button to create the lab file. Click on the file to see a thumbnail image of the lab topology — which is just a blank page right now — and the lab description if you populated that field in the lab configuration.
Below the lab thumbnail and description is a set of buttons that allow a user to manage the lab. You may open the lab, edit the lab information, or delete the lab file. Click on the Open button. Currently, we have nothing configured in the topology so it is blank. We use the toolbar on the left to create and manage elements of the lab topology.
Move the node to your preferred location in the window and then click to configure it. The Add a New Node dialog box appears. You may select the template you wish to use.
Scroll down and select the Linux tempate. The template form appears. Here we can add details about the nodes we will create. This will create two nodes at the same time.
Notice that each one uses the name configured in the previous form with a number appended to it. Arrange the nodes as shown below. The Connect node tool will now be colored red.
Now click on each node and select the interfaces that will be connected together. To start the network emulation scenario, click on the More actions tool and select Start all nodes. Now both nodes are running — but it may take a few more seconds virtualboz them to complete their boot processes.