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There's no such thing.
You can, however, use RouterOS in a virtual machine. The demo license still runs for 24 hours for free.
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Yeah, VMware workstation is the solution. You can use the teams function and set up large complex networks down to controlling the speed on individual network segments. A RouterOS VM is small and doesn't need much ram so you can easily do a large number of machines. You can toss a desktop VM in the mix too and test what a user would see.
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