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CLI-based Configuration Guide - Virtualization

AR500, AR510, AR531, AR550, AR1500, and AR2500 V200R009

This document provides the basic concepts, configuration procedures, and configuration examples in different application scenarios of the virtualization feature supported by the device.

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Logging In to a VM

Logging In to a VM


After logging in to a VM using VNC, you can install an operating system (OS) and required application software.

Pre-configuration Tasks

Configuring VNC for VM login

For details, see Configuring VNC for VM Login.


  1. Open the VNC viewer, enter IP: port-num of a VM, as shown in Figure 5-1.

    The parameter IP indicates the IP address of the HostOS virtual interface veth1 and the parameter port-num indicates the VNC service port number configured in 4 in Configuring VNC for VM Login.

    Figure 5-1  VM login page on the VNC viewer

  2. Click the Options button. On the displayed VNC Viewer-Options page, click the Expert tab page.
  3. Set FullColor to True, and click OK. The system returns to Figure 5-1.
  4. Click Connect and enter the authentication password in the dialog box that is displayed.
  5. Click OK to log in to the VM.
  6. Install the OS on the VM in the same way you install an OS on a PC.

    After installing the OS, install applications in the OS.

    If a blank disk is assigned to an installed VM, the blank disk must be formatted so that it can be used, and the format must be the same as that of the file system used on the VM.

    If the VM installation package is made online, and the Windows OS and a network adapter of the virtio type are installed on the VM, you need to manually install the virtio driver after installing the Windows OS. For details, see How Do I Install the Virtio Driver in the Windows Operating System?.

Updated: 2019-05-06

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