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==Setting up the guest==
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* Step 1: Choose to make new Hyper-V guest
 
[[File:hyper1.png]]
 
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* Step 2: Choose a name of the guest
 
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* Step 3: "Generation 1" should be used for RouterOS guests
 
[[File:hyper3.png]]
 
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* Step 4: Select amount of RAM available for the guest, deselect dynamic management
 
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* Step 5: Choose networking capabilities for your new router.
 
[[File:hyper5.png]]
 
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* Step 6: Do not create a new drive for the guest, instead, select option - "Use existing disk" and browse to the download folder where you have downloaded the VHDX image from the [http://www.mikrotik.com/download MikroTik download] page.
 
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* Step 7: Select the downloaded image file.
 
[[File:hyper7.png]]
 
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* Step 8: The summary of the configuration.
 
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* Step 9: Setup is complete, just start the created guest.
 
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==== notes ====
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* Before image can be used in Windows Server 2008 r2 it needs to be converted from VHDX to VHD format.
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== See also ==
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[http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:CHR CHR manual]

Latest revision as of 15:02, 29 September 2017

Setting up the guest

  • Step 1: Choose to make new Hyper-V guest

Hyper1.png

  • Step 2: Choose a name of the guest

Hyper2.png

  • Step 3: "Generation 1" should be used for RouterOS guests

Hyper3.png

  • Step 4: Select amount of RAM available for the guest, deselect dynamic management

Hyper4.png

  • Step 5: Choose networking capabilities for your new router.

Hyper5.png

  • Step 6: Do not create a new drive for the guest, instead, select option - "Use existing disk" and browse to the download folder where you have downloaded the VHDX image from the MikroTik download page.

Hyper6.png

  • Step 7: Select the downloaded image file.

Hyper7.png

  • Step 8: The summary of the configuration.

Hyper8.png

  • Step 9: Setup is complete, just start the created guest.

Hyper9.png

notes

  • Before image can be used in Windows Server 2008 r2 it needs to be converted from VHDX to VHD format.

See also

CHR manual