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To connect your virtual routers to RouterOS host system you either have to assign interface for your guest (possible only on [[Metarouter|MetaROUTER]]) or you can add virtual Ethernet interface that is described in this document.
To connect your virtual routers to RouterOS host system you either have to assign interface for your guest (possible only on [[Metarouter|MetaROUTER]]) or you can add virtual Ethernet interface that is described in this document.


May contain either static or dynamic interface. Static interfaces should be configured here if under <em>/kvm interface</em> (for [[Kvm|KVM) or <em>/metarouter interface</em> for [[Metarouter|MetaROUTER]]. Dynamic interfaces will be recreated automatically each reboot and will contain new MAC address.
May contain either static or dynamic interface. Static interfaces should be configured here if under <em>/kvm interface</em> (for [[Kvm|KVM]] or <em>/metarouter interface</em> for [[Metarouter|MetaROUTER]]. Dynamic interfaces will be recreated automatically each reboot and will contain new MAC address.


==Requirements==
==Requirements==

Revision as of 13:29, 12 February 2010

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Applies to RouterOS: v4.x

Summary

To connect your virtual routers to RouterOS host system you either have to assign interface for your guest (possible only on MetaROUTER) or you can add virtual Ethernet interface that is described in this document.

May contain either static or dynamic interface. Static interfaces should be configured here if under /kvm interface (for KVM or /metarouter interface for MetaROUTER. Dynamic interfaces will be recreated automatically each reboot and will contain new MAC address.

Requirements

Menu is only available if KVM package is installed on x86 architecture, or on RouterOS running on selected RouterBOARDS.

Virtual Ethernet creation

Menu: /interface virtual-ethernet add

See Also

KVM MetaROUTER