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supported_platforms:virtual_appliance [2019/06/01 15:04]
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   * Before booting, you must configure your virtual Network Interface to use your actual LAN in Bridged mode.   * Before booting, you must configure your virtual Network Interface to use your actual LAN in Bridged mode.
-  * While configuring your virtual Network Interface, you must generate a new MAC address for the virtual NIC. If your hypervisor does not offer a feature to automatically generate a MAC address you can visit [[https://​nemslinux.com/​mac/​|nemslinux.com/​mac]] to generate one. Do not simply enter random numbers. **Record your virtual MAC address somewhere safe.** Do not change your MAC address after initializing NEMS. Doing so would result in your HWID changing, which will disassociate your Virtual Appliance with NEMS Cloud Services.+  * While configuring your virtual Network Interface, you must generate a new MAC address for the virtual NIC. If your hypervisor does not offer a feature to automatically generate a MAC address you can visit [[https://​nemslinux.com/​api/mac|nemslinux.com/api/mac]] to generate one. Do not simply enter random numbers. **Record your virtual MAC address somewhere safe.** Do not change your MAC address after initializing NEMS. Doing so would result in your HWID changing, which will disassociate your Virtual Appliance with NEMS Cloud Services.
   * x86 Virtualization must be available and enabled on your physical CPU in order to boot the Virtual Appliance. This is found in your host machine'​s BIOS/UEFI settings and will be called VT-x (Intel) or AMD-V (AMD), or something similar such as "​Virtualization Extensions"​.   * x86 Virtualization must be available and enabled on your physical CPU in order to boot the Virtual Appliance. This is found in your host machine'​s BIOS/UEFI settings and will be called VT-x (Intel) or AMD-V (AMD), or something similar such as "​Virtualization Extensions"​.
  • supported_platforms/virtual_appliance.txt
  • Last modified: 2019/06/01 15:54
  • by Robbie Ferguson