Hello, I've created RouterOS image and run Virtual machine (status running, VNC:192.168.178.12:0). Later I have added in KVM menu (I've installed today 5.0rc4 version of Mikrotik) VM interface (virtual machine=ubuntu, type= static, static=vif1 - I've created before Virtual ethernet "vif1"). As I described before status now is "running", but I can't connect to this VM. I've redirected port 5900 (udp and tcp) on address 192.168.178.12 (port 5900), but it don't helps. I've used in Mikrotik tool ping 192.168.178.12 and is OK (when I've set "dynamic bridge" in VM interface always was "timeout", so I've change to static Vm interface). Now, VNC always said to me "failed to connect: connection refused (10061)". Later, I've added second interface with "dynamic bridge" connected with bridge1 - 192.168.178.1 (devices connected with bridge1 have connection with internet) and automatically it has added new interface (tap1), but also I can't connect to Virtual Machine. Problem also is that when vif1 is 192.168.178.12, I can't connect to other devices in network 192.168.178.x, so when I've change vif1 on 192.168.1.12, I can ping 192.168.1.12, but I can't connect to Virtual Machine (I thought that tap1 connected with bridge1 help me, but don't).
First thing I've done was creating routeros image "centos.img" and writing in terminal:
add name=ubuntu cpu-count=2 disk-images=cdrom:CentOS-5.5-i386-netinstall.iso,hda:centos.img initrd="" kernel="" kernel-cmdline="console=ttySO" memory=1024MiB snapshot=no vnc-server=192.168.178.12 state=running
Files CentOS-5.5-i386-netinstall.iso and centos.img are present in Mikrotik files.
What should I set more? Could You help me connect to Virtual machine:)