This post will help you to add Windows 7 Host to eve-ng in the simplest way.
Follow the below Steps to add Windows 7 Host to Eve-ng.
- Create a folder for Windows 7 in Eve-ng.
- Download Windows 7 Host image.
- Upload the image to the newly created folder in eve-ng.
- Fix the permission
- Test the Windows 7 host.
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Login to your Eve-ng via cli and follow the below steps to add Windows 7 host in Eve-ng
1. Create a folder for Windows 7 in Eve-ng using the following command.
2. Download Windows 7 Host image.
This image is already prepared for eve-ng, so you do not have to convert this image.
you can download the image for eve-ng from the below link.
3. Upload the Windows 7 image to the newly created folder in eve-ng.
Upload the downloaded image to the EVE using for example FileZilla or WinSCP to: /opt/unetlab/addons/qemu/win-7/
4. Fix the permission.
The next step is to fix the permission.
/opt/unetlab/wrappers/unl_wrapper -a fixpermissions
5. Test the Windows 7 image in Eve-ng
Open the Eve-ng in the browser. Create a new lab, right-click on lab, and select Win 7.
It will work like a charm as in shown in the screenshot, enjoy.
This window has preinstalled features that will help you to troubleshoot access multi-vendor devices. You can connect this host directly to the internet and download all the required software for your lab.
This Windows 7 image is a converted image for eve-ng. You just have to download the Windows 7 image for eve-ng and upload it to the eve-ng win7 folder. After that just fix the permission and you are ready to go.
some of the preinstalled software in Windows 7 hosts for eve-ng so you do not have to worry about the tools,
- Cisco ASDM
- Cisco Anyconnect
and a lot more enjoyable.