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 Post subject: Re: How to create a Junos Image for use in GNS3
PostPosted: Fri Jul 19, 2013 9:23 pm 
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Ryan,

Why not have a go at modifying the fix-checkpic script and batch file to make them work on the modified file structure?



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 Post subject: Re: How to create a Junos Image for use in GNS3
PostPosted: Wed Oct 23, 2013 8:36 pm 
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Ok guys I have a question here...

Not really a CLI unix person, but Im having some problems installing JunOS on my Mac.

JunOS image:
jinstall-9.0S2-domestic-signed


I get an error in Part 2, Step 2 (patching JunOS)

Code:
MacBook-Pro:Junos jotho$ sudo ./junos-auto-fix-checkpic.sh jinstall-9.0S2-domestic-signed.tar

=== Remove JunOS Checkpic Protection For Olive Platforms v1.1 ===

[Info]
Using file: jinstall-9.0S2-domestic-signed.tar
This will go 4 times deep in archive structures
And will have 23 steps to complete.

[pwd = /Users/jotho/GNS3/Images/Junos/level1]
1) - Unpacking '../jinstall-9.0S2-domestic-signed.tar' ... jinstall-9.0S2-domestic.tgz: (Empty error message)
tar: Error exit delayed from previous errors.
[Failed]
2) - Check if file 'pkgtools.tgz' exist for replace... [Not found]

[pwd = /Users/jotho/GNS3/Images/Junos/level1/level2]
3) - Unpacking '../jinstall-9.0S2-domestic.tgz' ... jbundle-9.0S2-domestic.tgz: gzip decompression failed
tar: Error exit delayed from previous errors.
[Failed]
4) - Check if file 'pkgtools.tgz' exist for replace... [Not found]

[pwd = /Users/jotho/GNS3/Images/Junos/level1/level2/level3]
5) - Unpacking '../jbundle-9.0S2-domestic.tgz' ... jroute-9.0S2.tgz: gzip decompression failed
tar: Error exit delayed from previous errors.
[Failed]
6) - Check if file 'pkgtools.tgz' exist for replace... 623b731356f7c2c66cfa4519ab733b38 /tmp/JunOS_Pkgtools/pkgtools.tgz
[Replaced]

[pwd = /Users/jotho/GNS3/Images/Junos/level1/level2/level3/level4]
7) - Unpacking '../jpfe-9.0S2.tgz' ... [Done]
8) - Check if file 'pkgtools.tgz' exist for replace... [Replaced]
9) - Repacking '../jpfe-9.0S2.tgz' ... [Done]

[pwd = /Users/jotho/GNS3/Images/Junos/level1/level2/level3]
10) - Erasing 'level4' ... [Done]
11) - Check if file 'jpfe-9.0S2.tgz.sha1' exist for replace ... [Recalculate]
12) - Repacking '../jbundle-9.0S2-domestic.tgz' ... [Done]

[pwd = /Users/jotho/GNS3/Images/Junos/level1/level2]
13) - Erasing 'level3' ... [Done]
14) - Check if file 'jbundle-9.0S2-domestic.tgz.sha1' exist for replace ... [Not found, Skip]
15) - Repacking '../jinstall-9.0S2-domestic.tgz' ... [Done]

[pwd = /Users/jotho/GNS3/Images/Junos/level1]
16) - Erasing 'level2' ... [Done]
17) - Check if file 'jinstall-9.0S2-domestic.tgz.sha1' exist for replace ... [Not found, Skip]
18) - Repacking '../jinstall-9.0S2-domestic-olive.tar' ... [Done]

[pwd = /Users/jotho/GNS3/Images/Junos]
19) - Erasing 'level1' ... [Done]
20) - Check if file 'jinstall-9.0S2-domestic-olive.tar.sha1' exist for replace ... [Not found, Skip]
21) - Clear temp '/tmp/JunOS_Pkgtools' ... [Done]

22) - Unprotected file: 'jinstall-9.0S2-domestic-olive.tar'
mkdir: jinstall-9.0S2-domestic-olive.tar: File exists
Creating hybrid image...

[b]hdiutil: makehybrid failed - Operation not permitted[/b]

23) - Finished: Produced iso file: 'jinstall-9.0S2-domestic-olive.tar.iso'



Would this hdiutil: makehybrid failed - Operation not permitted error prevent Part 2, Step 3 error below from working?


Part 2, Step 3 error

/Applications/GNS3.app/Contents/Resources/Qemu-0.11.0/bin/qemu –m 1G -hda olive-9.0S2.img -cdrom jinstall-9.0S2-domestic-olive.tar.iso

I get the error:
qemu: could not open disk image –m

Would this be because I have no cdrom on this macbook pro?

Would there be a workaround?


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 Post subject: Re: How to create a Junos Image for use in GNS3
PostPosted: Thu Oct 24, 2013 2:22 am 
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Hi,

Quote:
MacBook-Pro:Junos jotho$ sudo ./junos-auto-fix-checkpic.sh jinstall-9.0S2-domestic-signed.tar


Looks like your tried to used a tar file which is already uncompressed. You have to use a file ending with tgz: jinstall-9.0S2-domestic-signed.tgz

I tested the script and it worked well using a tgz file.

Quote:
OSX$ sudo junos-auto-fix-checkpic.sh jinstall-9.0R1.10-domestic-signed.tgz

=== Remove JunOS Checkpic Protection For Olive Platforms v1.1 ===

[Info]
Using file: jinstall-9.0R1.10-domestic-signed.tgz
This will go 4 times deep in archive structures
And will have 23 steps to complete.

[pwd = /Users/grossmj/Downloads/level1]
1) - Unpacking '../jinstall-9.0R1.10-domestic-signed.tgz' ... [Done]
2) - Check if file 'pkgtools.tgz' exist for replace... [Not found]

[pwd = /Users/grossmj/Downloads/level1/level2]
3) - Unpacking '../jinstall-9.0R1.10-domestic.tgz' ... [Done]
4) - Check if file 'pkgtools.tgz' exist for replace... f72e5eec1ef6442e46d5529b93e5b018 /tmp/JunOS_Pkgtools/pkgtools.tgz
[Replaced]

[pwd = /Users/grossmj/Downloads/level1/level2/level3]
5) - Unpacking '../jbundle-9.0R1.10-domestic.tgz' ... [Done]
6) - Check if file 'pkgtools.tgz' exist for replace... [Replaced]

[pwd = /Users/grossmj/Downloads/level1/level2/level3/level4]
7) - Unpacking '../jpfe-9.0R1.10.tgz' ... [Done]
8) - Check if file 'pkgtools.tgz' exist for replace... [Replaced]
9) - Repacking '../jpfe-9.0R1.10.tgz' ... [Done]

[pwd = /Users/grossmj/Downloads/level1/level2/level3]
10) - Erasing 'level4' ... [Done]
11) - Check if file 'jpfe-9.0R1.10.tgz.sha1' exist for replace ... [Recalculate]
12) - Repacking '../jbundle-9.0R1.10-domestic.tgz' ... [Done]

[pwd = /Users/grossmj/Downloads/level1/level2]
13) - Erasing 'level3' ... [Done]
14) - Check if file 'jbundle-9.0R1.10-domestic.tgz.sha1' exist for replace ... [Not found, Skip]
15) - Repacking '../jinstall-9.0R1.10-domestic.tgz' ... [Done]

[pwd = /Users/grossmj/Downloads/level1]
16) - Erasing 'level2' ... [Done]
17) - Check if file 'jinstall-9.0R1.10-domestic.tgz.sha1' exist for replace ... [Recalculate]
18) - Repacking '../jinstall-9.0R1.10-domestic-olive.tgz' ... [Done]

[pwd = /Users/grossmj/Downloads]
19) - Erasing 'level1' ... [Done]
20) - Check if file 'jinstall-9.0R1.10-domestic-olive.tgz.sha1' exist for replace ... [Not found, Skip]
21) - Clear temp '/tmp/JunOS_Pkgtools' ... [Done]

22) - Unprotected file: 'jinstall-9.0R1.10-domestic-olive.tgz'
Creating hybrid image...
...............................................................................................................................................


23) - Finished: Produced iso file: 'jinstall-9.0R1.10-domestic-olive.iso'

================ Start Time: 20:15:10 - End Time: 20:16:23 ================

This iso file can now be used to update your qemu freebsd-4.11.img image. (Available
from http://www.gns3.net/appliances. Assuming your image is called freebsd-4.11.img
issue the following command to boot your image:
qemu -m 1G -hda freebsd-4.11.img -cdrom jinstall-9.0R1.10-domestic-olive.iso
1. When the image boots, login with the username of root -password root
2. Install the JunOS software using the following commands:

mount /cdrom
#Note: press <Enter> one more time once the mount is done
pkg_add -f /cdrom/jinstall-9.0R1.10-domestic-olive.tgz

Now walk away from your computer for 30 minutes. If your Qemu is displaying a message
A REBOOT IS REQUIRED TO LOAD THIS SOFTWARE CORRECTLY
Then
1. Issue the halt command at the (qemu) prompt
...Wait for the sytem to shutdown
2. Press <Ctrl>+<Alt>+2
3. Issue the quit command at the (qemu) prompt
Next time you boot the image, the software install will complete (very slowly)


Quote:
Would this hdiutil: makehybrid failed - Operation not permitted error prevent Part 2, Step 3 error below from working?


This is a consequence of using the wrong file.

Quote:
/Applications/GNS3.app/Contents/Resources/Qemu-0.11.0/bin/qemu –m 1G -hda olive-9.0S2.img -cdrom jinstall-9.0S2-domestic-olive.tar.iso

I get the error:
qemu: could not open disk image –m

Would this be because I have no cdrom on this macbook pro?


Nothing wrong with the cdrom option. -m is to specify the amount of memory. For some reason, Qemu doesn't like this parameter to be first. Try the following:

Code:
/Applications/GNS3.app/Contents/Resources/Qemu-0.11.0/bin/qemu -hda olive-9.0S2.img -m 1G -cdrom jinstall-9.0S2-domestic-olive.tar.iso


Hope this helps.

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 Post subject: Re: How to create a Junos Image for use in GNS3
PostPosted: Thu Oct 24, 2013 2:40 am 
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Much much appreciated!

Ill give this a go in the morning!


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 Post subject: Re: How to create a Junos Image for use in GNS3
PostPosted: Thu Oct 24, 2013 3:30 pm 
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Script for installing Junos in GNS3 on OSX

1. Create a new directory called Junos off your Images directory (~/GNS3/Images/Junos)


2. Download the freebsd-4.11.img http://www.gns3.net/appliances


3. Obtain copy of JunOS


4. Download junos-auto-fix-checkpic file download/file.php?id=2019


5. Put files from 2, 3, and 4 in the Junos directory (folder) located at ~/GNS3/Images/Junos

Note: JunOS file should be in the format <filename>.tgz

Note: To keep this effort organized, rename freebsd-4.11.img to a name that will reflect the version of JunOS you plan to install. For example, duplicate freebsd-4.11.img and rename it olive-11.4R6.img (freebsd is the olive image Junos runs on so don’t be intimidated by the file name change)


6. Patch the JunOS source image. Im using 11.4R6 in the example below.

sudo ./junos-auto-fix-checkpic.sh <filename>.tgz

sudo ./junos-auto-fix-checkpic.sh junos-srx1k3k-11.4R6.6-domestic.tgz

# Script creates file: junos-srx1k3k-11.4R6.6-domestic-olive.iso


7. Install JunOS files - we start by launching your FreeBSD virtual machine with 1GB of RAM

/Applications/GNS3.app/Contents/Resources/Qemu-0.11.0/bin/qemu -hda <olive image name>.img -m 2G -cdrom <file script created from #6>

/Applications/GNS3.app/Contents/Resources/Qemu-0.11.0/bin/qemu -hda olive-11.4R6.6.img -m 2G -cdrom junos-srx1k3k-11.4R6.6-domestic-olive.iso

Note: When the image boots, login with the username of root –password root.


8. Install the JunOS software using the following commands:

mount /cdrom (press <Enter> one more time once the mount is done)

pkg_add -f /cdrom/junos-srx1k3k-11.4R6.6-domestic-olive.tgz


Note: Be patient. Very patient. There will be no visible output, but you can keep checking that olive-11.4R6.6.img is growing. Eventually you should see a message saying that:

A REBOOT IS REQUIRED TO LOAD THIS SOFTWARE CORRECTLY


9. Start by shutting down FreeBSD using the halt command:

# halt


10. When you see the message saying that:

“The operating system has halted.”
“Please press any key to reboot.”

Quit Qemu by pressing <Ctrl>+<Alt>+2 and entering the quit command

(qemu) quit


11. Use the following command to boot your router with console access via TCP port 3001. The server option in the command line tells Qemu to wait for a telnet session to be established before booting:

1st:

/Applications/GNS3.app/Contents/Resources/Qemu-0.11.0/bin/qemu -hda <olive image name>.img -m 2G -serial telnet:0.0.0.0:3001,server

/Applications/GNS3.app/Contents/Resources/Qemu-0.11.0/bin/qemu -hda olive-11.4R6.6.img -m 2G -serial telnet:0.0.0.0:3001,server


2nd:

telnet 127.0.0.1 3001


Note:

The output from the boot process will continue in your telnet session, and the install process will complete, and again, extreme patience is required (10-20 min). If you insist on watching, you will see your router reboot about half way through the process, and finally you will get to the login prompt. Note that your Qemu session will also open, but not all of the output will be seen there.


12. In the QEMU window, login with the username root -password root

Wait patiently (Im waiting right now…)


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 Post subject: Re: How to create a Junos Image for use in GNS3
PostPosted: Thu Oct 24, 2013 4:21 pm 
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Hi

I am Raj, Using the ubuntu when i run this command on the my terminal

# qemu -m 1G -hda freebsd-4.11.iso -cdrom jinstall-6.4R2.4-export-olive.iso

I am getting this error message,

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kindly suggest me the needful. As when i run mount /cdrom command
getting this error message,

[email protected]:~# mount /cdrom
mount: can't find /cdrom in /etc/fstab or /etc/mtab

Please help me around to do in Ubuntu...


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 Post subject: Re: How to create a Junos Image for use in GNS3
PostPosted: Thu Oct 24, 2013 5:00 pm 
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Code:
Script for installing Junos in GNS3 on OSX

1. Create a new directory called Junos off your Images directory (~/GNS3/Images/Junos)


2. Download the freebsd-4.11.img http://www.gns3.net/appliances


3. Obtain copy of JunOS


4. Download junos-auto-fix-checkpic file download/file.php?id=2019


5. Put files from 2, 3, and 4 in the Junos directory (folder) located at ~/GNS3/Images/Junos

Note: JunOS file should be in the format <filename>.tgz

Note: To keep this effort organized, rename freebsd-4.11.img to a name that will reflect the version of JunOS you plan to install. For example, duplicate freebsd-4.11.img and rename it olive-11.4R6.img (freebsd is the olive image Junos runs on so don’t be intimidated by the file name change)


6. Patch the JunOS source image. Im using 11.4R6 in the example below.

sudo ./junos-auto-fix-checkpic.sh <filename>.tgz

sudo ./junos-auto-fix-checkpic.sh junos-srx1k3k-11.4R6.6-domestic.tgz

# Script creates file: junos-srx1k3k-11.4R6.6-domestic-olive.iso


7. Install JunOS files - we start by launching your FreeBSD virtual machine with 1GB of RAM

/Applications/GNS3.app/Contents/Resources/Qemu-0.11.0/bin/qemu -hda <olive image name>.img -m 2G -cdrom <file script created from #6>

/Applications/GNS3.app/Contents/Resources/Qemu-0.11.0/bin/qemu -hda olive-11.4R6.6.img -m 2G -cdrom junos-srx1k3k-11.4R6.6-domestic-olive.iso

Note: When the image boots, login with the username of root –password root.


8. Install the JunOS software using the following commands:

mount /cdrom (press <Enter> one more time once the mount is done)

pkg_add -f /cdrom/junos-srx1k3k-11.4R6.6-domestic-olive.tgz


Note: Be patient. Very patient. There will be no visible output, but you can keep checking that olive-11.4R6.6.img is growing. Eventually you should see a message saying that:

A REBOOT IS REQUIRED TO LOAD THIS SOFTWARE CORRECTLY


Ok I get to this step and nearly immediately get the above reboot message.

But when I follow through with steps 10-11 below, I never get the root%

Then bsd/olive image file did grow from 363.8MB to 368.5MB.

The JunOS file is mounted and present, so when I try to mount it again I get a message that it discarded it and tells me a reboot is required to run JunOS.

I rebooted per #9-11 below, waited for 30 minutes and got nothing in the telnet session.

So everything else works - junos router is available in GNS, when launched will bring up qemu (which launches the olive bsd image created), but I cannot see any output via telnet console. I think this is because JunOS isn't actually loaded in the olive image.

Can anyone help me work through that part?

Code:
9. Start by shutting down FreeBSD using the halt command:

# halt


10. When you see the message saying that:

“The operating system has halted.”
“Please press any key to reboot.”

Quit Qemu by pressing <Ctrl>+<Alt>+2 and entering the quit command

(qemu) quit


11. Use the following command to boot your router with console access via TCP port 3001. The server option in the command line tells Qemu to wait for a telnet session to be established before booting:

1st:

/Applications/GNS3.app/Contents/Resources/Qemu-0.11.0/bin/qemu -hda <olive image name>.img -m 2G -serial telnet:0.0.0.0:3001,server

/Applications/GNS3.app/Contents/Resources/Qemu-0.11.0/bin/qemu -hda olive-11.4R6.6.img -m 2G -serial telnet:0.0.0.0:3001,server


2nd:

telnet 127.0.0.1 3001


Note:

The output from the boot process will continue in your telnet session, and the install process will complete, and again, extreme patience is required (10-20 min). If you insist on watching, you will see your router reboot about half way through the process, and finally you will get to the login prompt. Note that your Qemu session will also open, but not all of the output will be seen there.


12. In the QEMU window, login with the username root -password root (password is required when I perform this task)

Wait patiently (Im waiting right now…)


See comments above.


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 Post subject: Re: How to create a Junos Image for use in GNS3
PostPosted: Tue Nov 12, 2013 8:21 pm 
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I have a issue on this step:

Code:
2.   This command will only initiate the boot – for the boot process to continue, you must start a telnet session to 127.0.0.1 on port 3001. For example:

telnet 127.0.0.1 3001

[Note: Windows users my have to enable telnet first, or use PuTTY or some other terminal app]


I don't know what is the Host Name or Ip Address To Sessuin Putty

Thanks,


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In PuTTY, you would start like this:

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[I don't have access to a Windows machine at the moment, so I had to modify one I found on the internet, but I think it shows the story]

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 Post subject: Re: How to create a Junos Image for use in GNS3
PostPosted: Mon Dec 09, 2013 3:41 pm 
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theothertomjones wrote:
Code:
Script for installing Junos in GNS3 on OSX

1. Create a new directory called Junos off your Images directory (~/GNS3/Images/Junos)


2. Download the freebsd-4.11.img http://www.gns3.net/appliances


3. Obtain copy of JunOS


4. Download junos-auto-fix-checkpic file download/file.php?id=2019


5. Put files from 2, 3, and 4 in the Junos directory (folder) located at ~/GNS3/Images/Junos

Note: JunOS file should be in the format <filename>.tgz

Note: To keep this effort organized, rename freebsd-4.11.img to a name that will reflect the version of JunOS you plan to install. For example, duplicate freebsd-4.11.img and rename it olive-11.4R6.img (freebsd is the olive image Junos runs on so don’t be intimidated by the file name change)


6. Patch the JunOS source image. Im using 11.4R6 in the example below.

sudo ./junos-auto-fix-checkpic.sh <filename>.tgz

sudo ./junos-auto-fix-checkpic.sh junos-srx1k3k-11.4R6.6-domestic.tgz

# Script creates file: junos-srx1k3k-11.4R6.6-domestic-olive.iso


7. Install JunOS files - we start by launching your FreeBSD virtual machine with 1GB of RAM

/Applications/GNS3.app/Contents/Resources/Qemu-0.11.0/bin/qemu -hda <olive image name>.img -m 2G -cdrom <file script created from #6>

/Applications/GNS3.app/Contents/Resources/Qemu-0.11.0/bin/qemu -hda olive-11.4R6.6.img -m 2G -cdrom junos-srx1k3k-11.4R6.6-domestic-olive.iso

Note: When the image boots, login with the username of root –password root.


8. Install the JunOS software using the following commands:

mount /cdrom (press <Enter> one more time once the mount is done)

pkg_add -f /cdrom/junos-srx1k3k-11.4R6.6-domestic-olive.tgz


Note: Be patient. Very patient. There will be no visible output, but you can keep checking that olive-11.4R6.6.img is growing. Eventually you should see a message saying that:

A REBOOT IS REQUIRED TO LOAD THIS SOFTWARE CORRECTLY


Ok I get to this step and nearly immediately get the above reboot message.

But when I follow through with steps 10-11 below, I never get the root%

Then bsd/olive image file did grow from 363.8MB to 368.5MB.

The JunOS file is mounted and present, so when I try to mount it again I get a message that it discarded it and tells me a reboot is required to run JunOS.

I rebooted per #9-11 below, waited for 30 minutes and got nothing in the telnet session.

So everything else works - junos router is available in GNS, when launched will bring up qemu (which launches the olive bsd image created), but I cannot see any output via telnet console. I think this is because JunOS isn't actually loaded in the olive image.

Can anyone help me work through that part?

Code:
9. Start by shutting down FreeBSD using the halt command:

# halt


10. When you see the message saying that:

“The operating system has halted.”
“Please press any key to reboot.”

Quit Qemu by pressing <Ctrl>+<Alt>+2 and entering the quit command

(qemu) quit


11. Use the following command to boot your router with console access via TCP port 3001. The server option in the command line tells Qemu to wait for a telnet session to be established before booting:

1st:

/Applications/GNS3.app/Contents/Resources/Qemu-0.11.0/bin/qemu -hda <olive image name>.img -m 2G -serial telnet:0.0.0.0:3001,server

/Applications/GNS3.app/Contents/Resources/Qemu-0.11.0/bin/qemu -hda olive-11.4R6.6.img -m 2G -serial telnet:0.0.0.0:3001,server


2nd:

telnet 127.0.0.1 3001


Note:

The output from the boot process will continue in your telnet session, and the install process will complete, and again, extreme patience is required (10-20 min). If you insist on watching, you will see your router reboot about half way through the process, and finally you will get to the login prompt. Note that your Qemu session will also open, but not all of the output will be seen there.


12. In the QEMU window, login with the username root -password root (password is required when I perform this task)

Wait patiently (Im waiting right now…)


See comments above.



So my problem is that I was trying to use a JunOS SRX image, not an image from a JunOS router.

Gah!

Ill work on getting the router version working with 12.1R8.4




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