Mikrotik Chr Gns3


MikroTik on GNS3 for LABs Emulation. With the help of this course you can Learn using GNS3 and MikroTik CHR image together to emulate MikroTik LABs without the need of buying Mirkrotik routers.

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  2. Mikrotik Cloud Hosted Router Gns3
  1. Cloud Hosted Router (CHR) is a RouterOS version intended for running as a virtual machine. It supports the x86 64-bit architecture and can be used on most of the popular hypervisors such as VMWare, Hyper-V, VirtualBox, KVM and others. CHR has full RouterOS features enabled by default but has a different licensing model than other RouterOS versions.
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But lately, MikroTik has released a license-free CHR RouterOS image that can be used together with GNS3 emulator and then you are able to create virtual MikroTik Labs environment and start practicing – What would be the cost? Well there will be no cost at all, only a PC having at least 4 GB RAM and ideally a core i5 processor plus.

This course was created by Maher Haddad. It was rated 4.2 out of 5 by approx 3823 ratings. There are approx 25551 users enrolled with this course, so don’t wait to download yours now. This course also includes 2 hours on-demand video, Full lifetime access, Access on mobile and TV & Certificate of Completion.

What Will You Learn?

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  • Understand the different ways to connect MikroTik to GNS3

  • Download and install the right version of GNS3

  • Download and install the right version of Oracle VirtualBox

  • Understand the different Tiers provide by MikroTik CHR

  • Connect MikroTik CHR with GNS3 using QEMU

  • Connect MikroTik CHR with GNS3 using VirtualBox

  • Understand MikroTik ROMON and use this feature to connect to all Routers on GNS3

  • Understand how to install Microsoft Loopback interface to be able to connect to the MikroTik CHR router on GNS3

  • Configure all GNS3 MikroTik Routers to be connected to the internet

If you are a MikroTik engineer or a student learning MikroTik, you surely require to do LABS in order to understand better what you are learning. Sometimes the LAB can go to over 5-10 routers and it will be very costly in case you want to buy all those routers.

For this reason, I have designed this course to show you how you can create MikroTik LABS to emulate MikroTik RouterOS and use them to do the LAB scenario that you want to do, and it will work as you are connecting to real MikroTik Router, and yes it is free of charge solution.

With this solution that I am showing you on this course, you can create the LAB scenario that you want and practice the LAB that you want using GNS3 software combined with VirtualBox or QEMU and of course with the use of the MikroTik CHR image.

In addition of that, you will learn how you can provide internet service to the virtual MikroTik routers which are in GNS3 so in case your LAB scenario requires to have internet service.

The course is based on LABS and I will show step by step with a very simple way how you can build up this solution to work for you.

I hope you will enjoy my course

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    GNS3 is a network simulator software used by hundreds of thousands of network engineers worldwide to emulate, configure, test and troubleshoot virtual and real networks. GNS3 can talk a large number of network vendors including MikroTik. MikroTik introduces Cloud Hosted Router (a RouterOS version) that is used to run as virtual machine and a virtual machine can easily be integrated with GNS3. So, network administrators who are fond of MikroTik Router can now configure, test and troubleshoot their MikroTik network with GNS3 so easily. In my previous article I discussed how to install and configure GNS3 in Windows Operating System and in this article I will show how to integrate and configure MikroTik Router on GNS3 to simulate any MikroTik network. MikroTik Router on GNS3 GNS3 is the best friend for those who are unable to arrange a lot of real devices and fail to configure, test and troubleshoot any complex network with MikroTik Router. GNS3 can now talk with MikroTik Router. So, emulating MikroTik Router on GNS3, a network administrator can easily do R&D and can implement it to production environment. MikroTik Router integration and configuration on GNS3 can be divided into the following three steps. Downloading MikroTik Cloud [...]


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