I wanted to create a true to network lab to properly simulate and deploy configuration templates my team plans on implementing in the future. I have run into an issue converting the .bin files from Cisco's Software download site to .qcow2 which is required by CML2.
I don't think you can do that; I would surprised if you could do such converting Cisco .bin image file into to .qcow2 by yourself. That would be done by Cisco if they want to add another image. Standard images for some devices are already in CML
You can convert non-Cisco images like your Windows 10 or 7 into qcow image and import it into CML.
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