My mini development Linux Lab setup

 

 

Here is a quick overview of my mini development lab setup to try out some cool things in spare time.. 
 
Network Topology
 
This is the network topology overview diagram for my entire home network. I have used zenmap tool to generate this diagram. ZenMap, a free open source tool is the advanced GUI for the "nmap" network scanning and mapping utility.
 
 

DNS Server Configuration

 
Static IP Addresses are defined for all my servers in the router configuration for name resolution.
 
 
 
[kiran@kirlina ~]$ nslookup deegelinuxlite
Server: 192.168.1.1
Address: 192.168.1.1#53
 
Name: deegelinuxlite.home
Address: 192.168.1.50
 

Server & OS Details

 

Computer Name

Host Name

VM?

IP Address

OS

deegelinuxlite

deegelinuxlite

NO

192.168.1.50

Linux Lite

radhi-HP

kirlina

YES

192.168.1.51

CentOS

radhi-HP

kirlinb

YES

192.168.1.52

Ubuntu

radhi-HP

kirlinc

YES

192.168.1.53

Oracle Linux

eak-WIN

kirline

YES

192.168.1.55

CentOS

inspirlinux

inspirlinux

NO

192.168.1.60

Linux Lite

 

 

Setup Virtual Machine

 
I have used virtualbox, virtualization software for all my virtual machines. Here are some of the screenshots, captured while setting up the VM.
 
 
=> Download the latest Virtualbox from the following link
 
 
 
=> Create the Virtual Machine ( listed some of the main screenshots )
 
vm1
vm2
vm3
vm4
1/4 
start stop bwd fwd
 
=> Install the desired OS ( listed some of the main screenshots )
 
Here are some of the links for finding various Linux Distros..
 
Ubuntu         : http://www.ubuntu.com/download
CentOS         : http://wiki.centos.org/Download
   
 
os1
os2
os3
os4
os5
os6
os7
os8
os9
os91
os92
01/11 
start stop bwd fwd
 
 

Configure SSH with password-less login

=> Please see SSH & the Passwordless login with ssh key

 
 
 

Cheers!

rajkiran

 
 
 
 
 
 

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