MikroTik RouterOS 6.44.2 Level 6 For VMware Crack
Mikrotik RouterOS 6.44.2 Level 6 for VMWare
Mikrotik RouterOS is a Linux-based operating system that runs on various hardware platforms, including x86 PCs, routers, switches, wireless devices, and more. RouterOS provides a rich set of features for routing, firewalling, bandwidth management, wireless access, VPN, hotspot, and more.
RouterOS has different license levels that determine the available features and functionality. The higher the level, the more features are unlocked. Level 6 is the highest and most expensive license level, which allows unlimited number of interfaces and tunnels, and no limitations on speed. Level 6 licenses are usually used for enterprise or ISP networks that require high performance and reliability.
VMWare is a software company that provides virtualization and cloud computing solutions for various platforms, including Windows, Linux, Mac OS, and more. VMWare allows users to create and run virtual machines (VMs) that emulate the hardware and software of a physical computer. VMs can be used for testing, development, deployment, or consolidation of applications and services.
Mikrotik RouterOS can be installed and run on VMWare as a virtual router. This can be useful for learning RouterOS features, testing network configurations, or creating virtual labs. However, installing RouterOS on VMWare requires some special steps and considerations.
How to Install Mikrotik RouterOS 6.44.2 Level 6 on VMWare
The following steps will guide you through the process of installing Mikrotik RouterOS 6.44.2 Level 6 on VMWare Fusion (for Mac OS) or VMWare ESXi (for Linux or Windows). Note that you will need a valid Level 6 license key from Mikrotik to activate RouterOS after installation.
Download the RouterOS image file from the Mikrotik website. Choose the appropriate version for your VMWare platform (x86 for Fusion or CHR for ESXi).
Create a new virtual machine on VMWare and choose to use an existing virtual disk. Select the RouterOS image file that you downloaded in the previous step.
Adjust the settings of the virtual machine according to your needs. For example, you can change the amount of RAM, CPU cores, network adapters, etc. Note that for the system disk you must use IDE controller, while for additional disks you can use SCSI controllers.
Start the virtual machine and wait for RouterOS to boot up. You will see a login prompt on the console window. The default username is admin and there is no password.
Connect to the virtual router using Winbox, a graphical user interface tool for RouterOS. You can download Winbox from the Mikrotik website or use the web version. To connect to the router, enter its IP address (default is 192.168.88.1) or use the MAC address discovery feature.
Once connected, go to System > License and paste your Level 6 license key in the appropriate field. Click Update License Key and wait for the confirmation message.
Congratulations! You have successfully installed Mikrotik RouterOS 6.44.2 Level 6 on VMWare. You can now explore and configure the router using Winbox or other tools such as WebFig, CLI, or The Dude.
[Mikrotik Routers and Wireless - Software]
[Manual:CHR VMWare installation - MikroTik Wiki]
[RouterOS license keys - RouterOS - MikroTik Documentation]
[VMware - Official Site]