How can see the NetQ GUI with VirtualBox?


I has download the NetQ for VirtualBox and import the Virtual Machine into my VirtualBox.
when i tried to get GUI on web browser with "https://192.168.1.65/" , it didn't connected to my NetQ.
would you please give advice how can i see the NetQ GUI correctly?

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Is 192.168.1.65 the IP address for eth0 in the telemetry server VM?
yes, right. it is the Virtual Machine which is Cumulus NetQ.
Userlevel 3
What sort of error are you seeing — does it time out?
Are you using the NetQ Virtual demo environment, or is this the actual NetQ product?
I have just imported the NetQ VM which downloaded from Cumulus (https://cumulusnetworks.com/downloads/#product=NetQ Virtual&version=1.0).
when i tried to connect to NetQ through the Web browser, it is not display like web service is not running on NetQ.
Jinho_IN4A wrote:

I have just imported the NetQ VM which downloaded from Cumulus (

Hi I have a spine and leaf Cumulus VX virtual lab and I have Netq running on the devices and RDIS on another Cumulus VX device but wherever I go I don't seem to be able to find or download the telemetry server VM - links just sends me to pages that either show a never populating product list or one that only includes Cumulus VX and host routing.

Do you need an elevated account/partnership to get hold of the VM to try out (for personal use).

Cheers
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Jinho_IN4A wrote:

I have just imported the NetQ VM which downloaded from Cumulus (

Hi sipart, are you logged into our site and are you trying to download the NetQ Virtual version? If you have a login to our site already, you should be able to download it from here:

https://cumulusnetworks.com/downloads/#product=NetQ%20Virtual&version=1.0
Jinho_IN4A wrote:

I have just imported the NetQ VM which downloaded from Cumulus (

Hi thanks for the prompt response. See screenshot below. This is with me logged on and it's the same on a desktop.browser? I have downloaded Cumulus vx and watched webinars and used account for this forum ok. Strange..? Cheers

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Jinho_IN4A wrote:

I have just imported the NetQ VM which downloaded from Cumulus (

Weird, let me look into this and get back to you. Sorry for the trouble you're experiencing.
Jinho_IN4A wrote:

I have just imported the NetQ VM which downloaded from Cumulus (

Cheers. I just tried in an incognito window and did a fresh logon with the same result. I'm in the UK if this makes any difference. Screenshot of debug below (not incognito):

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Jinho_IN4A wrote:

I have just imported the NetQ VM which downloaded from Cumulus (

Hi sipart, so I looked into it and NetQ Virtual is only available to licensed users of Cumulus Linux (not just VX). Sorry that wasn't clear and I'll see what I can do for us to make it clearer. Sorry for the confusion.
Jinho_IN4A wrote:

I have just imported the NetQ VM which downloaded from Cumulus (

Ok thanks for the clarification. Perhaps sometime in the future a trial or limited version could be released for lab use? Cheers
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Jinho_IN4A wrote:

I have just imported the NetQ VM which downloaded from Cumulus (

Absolutely, I think that's a worthy request and have already suggested it to the product management team. I was under the mistaken impression that the NetQ Virtual was available the same way Cumulus VX is, so TIL something as well.
Jinho_IN4A wrote:

I have just imported the NetQ VM which downloaded from Cumulus (

Hi I know it's only been a month or so but did you get any feedback on if making the netq GUI VM available for testing? I'd love to add the VM to my cumulus vx topology in eve-ng (see image) I have netq running and the rdis server running on the ztp-dhcp (cumulus vx device). Cheers

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Jinho_IN4A wrote:

I have just imported the NetQ VM which downloaded from Cumulus (

Hi sipart, the NetQ GUI won't be available for testing at this time. It could happen in a future release, so until that occurs, nothing will change. Sorry about that.
Jinho_IN4A wrote:

I have just imported the NetQ VM which downloaded from Cumulus (

Ok thanks for the quick response. Cheers
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Looking at the config in the vagrantfile I see the NetQ telemetry server exposes the 9002 port.... https://github.com/CumulusNetworks/netqdemo-1.0/blob/master/Vagrantfile#L312 so you may need to go to http://localhost:9002 to see the GUI.
Thank you so much Eric!
in the vagrantfile which you let me know, it is below
device.vm.network "forwarded_port", guest: 9000, host: 9002

I couldn't connected to NetQ with port "9002".
but, i connected to NetQ successfully by " http:// [IP ADDRESS] : 9000 ".

Have a nice day!

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