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Add NSO on EVE(server)

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Add NSO on EVE(server)

NSO is a Cisco network service choreographer. In order to facilitate your experiment, our IE-Lab has made an image of EVE. Friends who are interested can directly add it to EVE to automate the choreography test.

Step 1:  Log in EVE on SSH and edit init.php to add NSO to the template.

[email protected]:~# vim /opt/unetlab/html/includes/init.php……        ‘titanium’              =>      ‘Cisco NX-OSv (Titanium)’,        ‘nxosv9k’              =>      ‘Cisco NX-OSv 9K’,        ‘nso’                  =>      ‘Cisco NSO’,        ‘firepower’             =>      ‘Cisco FirePower’,……

Back up the init. PHP file before changing it. Do not remove the comma after each line.

Step 2: Download EVE’s NSO image and put it in the appropriate folder

    Download link:https://pan.baidu.com/s/1zhB3BfxYXCvyI3aE7F6JjA

Extract code:6nw7

  • nso-5.7 file injected into /opt/unetlab/addons/qemu/content
  • Nso.png file injected into/opt/unetlab/html/images/icons/content
  • nso.yml  file injected into/opt/unetlab/html/templates/content

After uploading, enter the command in EVE’s Control to add the license

/opt/unetlab/wrappers/unl_wrapper -a fixpermissions

Step 3: Add the NSO to EVE’s topology, and bridge with the device after starting the NSO

Note that E1 of the NSO should be briated to E1/3 of the Bridge.

Step 4: Configure the Ubuntu IP address

4.1 Click the cisco-NSO icon to open the VNC interface

User name:ielab

Password:ielab123

4.2 After login, change the IP address of e1 to the IP address of the management network segment(such as:192.168.181.101)

sudo ip addr add 192.168.181.101/24 dev ens4sudo ip link set dev ens4 up

4.3 After the configuration, start the NSO. Check the NSO startup status

./nso-startup.shncs –status | grep status

Step 5:Use NSO

Add NSO on EVE(server)

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