Posted on July 14, 2020 7:12 pm
 |  Asked by Andrew Coleman
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Whatever happened to those those “combined” vEOS-lab VMs that incorporated Aboot and vEOS into a single VM?

 

Cisco’s new CML-P/CML2  lets us import other VMs,  but we can only use a single virtual disk image per node  (so,  specifying Aboot and the vEOS .vmdk is a no go).    That’s obviously an oversight on their part,   but I *really* like the new and improved CML, and would love to create multi-vendor int he topology.

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Posted by Lokesh Charora
Answered on July 14, 2020 7:20 pm

Starting 4.21, The vEOS-lab vmdks are combined by default. These images do include the Aboot.
Let us know if you see otherwise or any problem with these images.

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Posted by Andrew Coleman
Answered on July 15, 2020 9:08 am

Thanks, Lokesh!   I wasn't aware of that.     Looks like the students will get a chance to use it in their python automation and ansible labs in CML, after all!    :D

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