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cloudastrix
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installing routeros in centos

Sun May 24, 2015 9:49 pm

Hi

I have a hosted centos 6 server. I cannot install routeros via KVM or ISO.

How do i install it?
tx
 
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Re: installing routeros in centos

Tue May 26, 2015 1:40 pm

Hi,
RouterOS is an operating system in its own right. You can run in on a virtualised PC, but not on top of an existing OS. When I've done this in the past I've just set up the vitrual system, with no OS, mounted the ISO and booted the PC from the mounted ISO file and it's installed itself in a breeze...

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Re: installing routeros in centos

Wed May 27, 2015 11:45 am

Hi

I have a hosted centos 6 server. I cannot install routeros via KVM or ISO.

How do i install it?
tx
You can run RouterOS as a QUEMU image. I use to do it regularly in the past, it's nothing special. You install the RouterOS image, and then you could just run it. The sweet thing is that you could run this QUEMU image in GNS3 for example, where you can make interconnections with other images. It's great! I've done this in Ubuntu, it shouldn't be that different in CentOS...


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