Welcome to Virtual Networks over linuX (VNX) web server
VNX (Virtual Networks over linuX) is a general purpose open-source virtualization tool designed to help building virtual network testbeds automatically. It allows to define network scenarios made of virtual machines
quickly define and test complex network emulation scenarios based on virtual machines running over Linux hosts.
VNX is tool that can be used to emulate general Linux based network scenarios. It is aimed to help in testing network applications and services over complex testbeds made of several nodes (even tenths) and networks inside one Linux machine, without involving the investment and management complexity needed to create them using real equipment.
VNX (Virtualization over X) is the new release of the VNUML tool. VNX brings important new functionalities that overcome the most important limitations VNUML tool has:
- Integration of new virtualization platforms to allow virtual machines running other operating systems (Windows, FreeBSD, etc) apart from Linux. In this sense:
- Restart of individual virtual machines
- Autoconfiguration and command execution capabilities for several operating systems: Linux, FreeBSD and Windows (XP and 7).
Information for users
- VNX Installation Guide
- EDIV Installation Guide
- Example scenarios
- Rootfilesystem creation How-to's:
You can download VNX from http://www.dit.upm.es/vnx/download
VNX Root filesystems are temporarily hosted in http://idefix.dit.upm.es/download/vnx/filesystems