Most of my lab work gets done on a laptop these days. I like to run an EVE-NG lab and connect it to several other VM’s. There are some challenges in doing that on my mobile Windows device as compared to having a dedicated ESXi box for it. Most of those challenges are now solved so I’d like to share some of my findings. Continue reading →
I’m happy to bring an update to my previous article about Unetlab. The successor to Unetlab, named EVE-NG, is now released. EVE-NG stands for Emulated Virtual Environment Next Generation and it’s packed with cool new features. I will describe some of them in this article, along with the setup procedure which is very similar to setting up Unetlab. Continue reading →
UNetLab, short for Unified Networking Lab, is a Linux distribution that allows you to build your own networking labs. UNetLab can be seen as a hypervisor for images that are usually run on physical networking equipment or inside separate virtual machines. I wanted to incorporate setting up UNetLab in another article but decided to award the setup process with its own post.