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kali server on cml2

folks

anyone any advice on installing a kali linux server in cml2

thanks for anyone taking the time to read or suggest

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shin.sterneck
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Hi michaelmulholland30311,

 

if you have access to a hypervisor on your machine (e.g: KVM/Qemu, Virtualbox or Vmware) you could simply create a new VM based using the KALI Linux installer.

 

Since CML uses KVM/qcow2 disk images, you just need to compress and upload the disk image in qcow2 format to CML. You can upload the image to CML using the admin interface or SSH/SCP. Once the image is on the server you can create the Node and Image Definitions (also through the CML admin interface and map it to the disk image) and then start using it inside the labs.

 

I just tried it out (see screenshot below) and it works as expected.

 

Hope this helps, let me know if you need more detail instructions.

 

Cheers,

Shin

 

KALI system inside CMLKALI system inside CML

 

 

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balaji.bandi
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this on VIRL should work same way on CML2

 

https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/s/article/how-to-kali-linux-in-a-virl-topology

 

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shin.sterneck
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Hi michaelmulholland30311,

 

if you have access to a hypervisor on your machine (e.g: KVM/Qemu, Virtualbox or Vmware) you could simply create a new VM based using the KALI Linux installer.

 

Since CML uses KVM/qcow2 disk images, you just need to compress and upload the disk image in qcow2 format to CML. You can upload the image to CML using the admin interface or SSH/SCP. Once the image is on the server you can create the Node and Image Definitions (also through the CML admin interface and map it to the disk image) and then start using it inside the labs.

 

I just tried it out (see screenshot below) and it works as expected.

 

Hope this helps, let me know if you need more detail instructions.

 

Cheers,

Shin

 

KALI system inside CMLKALI system inside CML

 

 

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