To add a Cisco CSR1000v Cloud Service Router to Eve-ng in CCIE Labs and other cloud enterprises platforms like AWS, Azure, and others, the eve ng csr1000v is frequently used.
How to Add a Cisco Cloud Service Router CSR1000v to Eve-ng in Steps
Get the Cisco Cloud Service Router CSR1000v qcow2.
Zip up the directory
To upload the CSR1000v to Eve-ng, use Filezilla/SCP.
Correct the Permission
Enjoy Eve-NG by adding the Cisco Cloud Service Router CSR1000v node.
Click the link to download the Cisco Cloud Service Router CSR1000v qcow2.
Decompress the folder
Before uploading to Eve-ng, unzip the file csr1000vng-universalk9.16.05.01b.Everest.zip on your computer.
Upload the CSR1000v via Filezilla/SCP to Eve-ng by copying the file to the following location: /opt/unetlab/addons/qemu.
Fix the permission with the following command.
fixpermissions /opt/unetlab/wrappers/unl wrapper
Access Eve-ng and add the node; at this point, you may open the lab and see your image under Nodes (csr1000v).
The procedure outlined should be used to support more versions. The CSRv1000 16.x and 17.x photos have all been successfully tested.
The following instructions are based on csr1000vng-universalk9.16.09.06.
The creation uses proper names for other image distribution.
Create a temporary working directory on the root of EVE using SSH and the root login command line interface:
cd ABC; mkdir ABC
Using software like FileZilla or WinSCP, upload the ISO CD image that was downloaded to the EVE.
Make a fresh HDD to install CSR on:
create -f in /opt/qemu/bin/qemu-img virtioa.qcow2.qcow2 8G
Beginning the CSR installation:
qemu-system-x86 64 -nographic -drive, /opt/qemu-2.2.0/bin file=virtioa.qcow2,if=virtio,bus=0,unit=0,cache=none -machine type=pc-1.0,accel=kvm -serial mon:stdio —nographic —nodefconfig —nodefaults —rtc boot order=dc -m 4096 base=utc -cdrom csr1000v-universalk9.16.09.06.iso
When the prompt displays on the screen, press any key to select the second choice, CSR 1000V Serial console, and then press ENTER to confirm.