EVE – NG – Build up your lab

EVE – NG – Build up your lab

reAfter the previous post EVE – Initial Configs, we are going to feed some images to this beast and watch it roar.

First you will need to find the images you want in your lab, and believe me, their plenty to choose from. Here is a list of the actual equipment that you can emulate in EVE.

Dynamips (Cisco IOS emulation)
  • c7200-adventerprisek9-mz.152-4.S6 (supported cards: PA-FE-TX, PA-4E, PA-8E)
  • c3725-adventerprisek9-mz.124-15.T14 (supported cards: NM-1FE-TX, NM-16ESW)
  • c1710-bk9no3r2sy-mz.124-23
  • Other images from the above series should work too
IOL (IOS on Linux also known as IOU)
  • L2-ADVENTERPRISE-M-15.1-20131216.bin
  • L2-ADVENTERPRISE-M-15.1-20140814.bin
  • L2-IPBASEK9-M-15.1-20130726.bin
  • L3-ADVENTERPRISEK9-M-15.4-1T.bin
  • L3-ADVENTERPRISEK9-M-15.4-2T.bin
  • L3-ADVIPSERVICES-M-15.1-2.9S.bin
  • And others
Qemu (Virtual Machines)
  • Cisco ASA 8.0.2 (Single and Multi Context)
  • Cisco ASA 8.4.2 (Support Multi Context)
  • Cisco ASA 9.1.15 (Support Multi Context)
  • Cisco ASAv (ver; 9.4.1; 9.5.1)
  • Cisco ACS (ver 5.7)
  • Cisco CDA (ver
  • Cisco IPS – cips (ver 7.0-8)
  • Cisco ISE (ver 1.2)
  • Cisco vWAAS (ver 5.5.3)
  • Cisco WSA virtual appliance – coeus (ver 8-6-0-025-S000V)
  • Cisco CSR – csr1000v (ver;
  • Cisco NX-OSv – titanium (ver 7.1.0.ZD.363; 7.2.0.ZD.0.120)
  • Cisco vIOS – vios-adventerprisek9 (ver 15.4.3M L3; 15.5.2 L3)
  • Cisco vIOS L2 – viosl2-adventerprisek9 (ver 15.2.411)
  • Cisco vNAM (ver 6.2.1)
  • Cisco Sourcefire – sourcefire (ver
  • Cisco Wireless controller – vwlc (ver K9-8-0-100-0)
  • Cisco XRv – xrv-k9 (ver 5.2.2 – 5.3.2)
  • A10 Networks vThunder Virtual Appliance – a10-vthunder (ver 2.7.1-P3-b76)
  • Alcatel 7750 virtual service router – timos (ver 12.0.R6)
  • Arista networks switches (ver 4.14.2F; 4.14.5F; 4.15.0F)
  • Aruba Networks security – clearpass (ver
  • Brocade Virtual ADX – brocadevadx (ver 03.1.01)
  • Citrix Netscaler VPX virtual – nsvpx (ver
  • Checkpoint Firewall – cpsg (ver R77-20)
  • Cumulus VX
  • Extreme Networks virtual – extremexos (ver 15.3.2)
  • F5 BIG-IP LM – bigip (ver 11.6.0)
  • Fortinet virtual FW – fortinet (ver 5.2.2; 5.2.3_build670)
  • HP virtual router – hpvsr (ver 7.1.049P1; 7.10.R0204P01)
  • Juniper Networks M series router – olive (ver 12.3R8.7)
  • Juniper Networks vMX router – vmx (ver 14.1R1.10-domestic; 14.1R4.8-domestic)
  • Juniper Networks vSRX FW – vsrx (ver 12.1X46-D25.7-domestic)
  • Mikrotik (ver 6.30.2)
  • Ostinato Traffic Generator
  • Palo Alto virtual Firewall – paloalto (ver 6.1.0)
  • S-Terra Firewall
  • VyOS – vyos (ver vyos-1.1.6-amd64)
  • MS Windows 7
  • MS Windows XP
  • MS Windows Server 2008R2
  • MS Windows Server 2003 and 2003 R2
  • Various liveCD Linux images (eg. tinycore, damnsmalllinux, slax)

Some of this images can be downloaded as trails directly from the vendors site, but to make things easy we found a google drive from a guy how compile a few images that we think you can use (but do it at your own risk). Here’s the link.

First we will try to load the IOL images. <<here>>

Then the dynamips. <<here>>

And finally the qemu. <<here>>

Until then, stay good.

2 thoughts on “EVE – NG – Build up your lab

  1. I have setup EVE-ng on Ubuntu baremetal, able to access the eve-ng web gui from another pc in the same lan. I have uploaded F5 image, ASA image downloded from official websites, but I am not able to add node object in eve-ng web gui, all I see is blue link for virtual pc in node objects, for rest of the devices I am not able to select the objects, any help will be apprecieated


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