I am going to need some ASAv action in EVE-NG next week for a project I am working on. Here are the steps I hope work! 😋 I grabbed these from the EVE-NG site and added my own elaboration where I thought necessary.
I will try and shoot a video of these steps next week as well.
Step 1: Acquire the asav941-200.qcow2 or asav952-204.qcow2 files for EVE-NG use
Step 2: Fire up WinSCP or FileZilla and connect to the EVE-NG IP address for FTP purposes
Step 3: Upload the appropriate .qcow2 from Step 1 to the root of the EVE-NG system
Step 4: Create the directory in EVE-NG for the ASAv image storage:
The much anticipated Professional edition of EVE-NG has arrived. The price of this product is $121.53 per year.
The following is the information about the product from the staff at EVE-NG:
“The EVE-NG PRO platform is ready for today’s IT-world requirements. It allows enterprises, e-learning providers/centers, individuals and group collaborators to create virtual proof of concepts, solutions, and training environments.
EVE-NG PRO is the first clientless multivendor network emulation software that empowers network and security professionals with huge opportunities in the networking world. Clientless management options will allow EVE-NG PRO to be the best choice for Enterprise engineers without the influence of corporate security policies as it can be run in a completely isolated environment.
The brand new structure is created with many updated features and improvements.
Dynamic console porting with no limits
Hot links and interconnection of running nodes
1024 nodes support per lab
Docker container support
HTML desktop console to EVE management
Clientless EVE management
The option of running more than one lab simultaneously
Import/export of configs for EVE to/from the local PC
Multiuser support, Administrator role only
EVE User account access time limitation
NAT cloud – integrated NAT option with DHCP on EVE
Integrated Wireshark capture using Docker
Multi configurations for a single lab
Lab timer for self-training”
I will be doing a thorough review of this product and video demonstrations here at the blog.