Live Raizo is a linux distribution based on Debian 11 (Bullseye) to experiment the system administration on simulated networks and real devices.
- GNS3 is the gui used to manipulate the simulators/emulators of networks and systems like QEmu, Docker, Dynamips.
- With this GNS3, you can clone as many times as you want the templates of virtual linux machines named "Debian" and "DDebian" that contain many network tools and services.
- The prompt and the output of several linux commands are colored to highlight the main informations and to be more userfriendly.
- Live Raizo also includes tools to interact with real devices : minicom, putty, Wireshark, as well as DHCP, DNS, FTP, TFTP, HTTP and SSH servers. Services are not started automatically.
You can create easily a complicated Virtual Network with drag and drop
You have virtual machines based on Debian that you can connect with switches or hubs, and that you can use as client, server or router
You can add your own OS if it is compatible with QEmu/VirtualBox /VMWare (Linux, Microsoft, ASA Firewall....) or dynamips (Router Cisco iOS) or Docker fast-ip/fast-dhcp/fast-dns/fast-http/fast-rip are commands to quickly and correctly configure the IP addresses, DHCP/DNS/HTTP server and RIP routing
Many network tools are already installed or downloaded on Debian VMs
You can easily connect your simulated network with your physical network with drag and drop
You can install all the Debian/linux tools you need
Your simulated networks work as realistic systems
You have fast-save-project/fast-backup-lab/fast-restore-lab commands to save all your laboratory, and to restore it later
You have fast-mount-usb to mount easily your USB key with write privileges on it Before to start Debian VMs, you can configure them with scripts
With fast-update, you can modify LiveRaizo with remote scripts heberged on a Web Server
Minimal window manager maximizes the memory and the CPU for the virtualisation
With live version, you haven't needed to install anything on your own system