Having some problems adding images.
2. We have to fetch from server in CML client.
CML client --> File --> Preferences --> Node Subtypes --> select fetch from Server --> Apply --> Ok
3. you can add vmdk as like qcow2 file through UWM.
#2 is fixed.. I now can see the CSR in the node palette
#3 I did try to import thru the server UWM, but I get the message
" -Cannot create image "server-DummyCloud": Failed to convert image to QCOW2: Command '['qemu-img', 'convert', '-O', 'qcow2', '/tmp/tmpnfp_m_', '/tmp/tmpWk3al7']' returned non-zero exit status 1"
You can try yourself .. the OVF image I'm trying is freely available at http://www.dummycloud.com/downloads
#4 Where would I look for the NX images? I just need to know the correct model/product number to go look at on CCO
I think you are trying to upload from your PC through UWM. If so,
Please copy the image using SFTP to CML server and try to load the image from UWM with using local URL path (where the image is copied ex: /home/virl/<filename>) .
Still get the message ..
Cannot create image "server-DummyCloud": Failed to convert image to QCOW2: Command '['qemu-img', 'convert', '-O', 'qcow2', '/home/virl/dc.vmdk', '/tmp/tmpmgCkzK']' returned non-zero exit status 1
I"ll open a tac case.
i got the process to work when adding qcow2 image without convert.
also found you had to change the nic type to e1000 to get around some issues with packet loss on dot1q and QinQ between vIOS and csr.
I see you have a few items raised, I'm the TME for Cisco Modeling Labs and in my experience these issues are usually resolved quickly with a webex. I am at CiscoLive this week but can get together next week - my email is email@example.com if you would like to reach out and we can organize a time. I can then follow up with the Doc writers to make sure the problems you have are documented clearly.
For everyone's reference.
For #2, choose 'Node subtypes' under preferences and 'fetch from server'
For #3 the issue was that the vmdk would not convert with qemu-img from the download. It required that we start the vmdm in vmware as an initial time, and then point to that vmdk. The image converted and imported.
The second part is that for that particular VM there are disk settings that we need to investigate to make it work correctly in a VM environment.
For #4 the NX-OS image is available as part of a beta program. Subhav Mital (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the Product Manager who can help you with that