This section explains how to install Turbo Router as a new appliance.
If you already have a system running a previous version of Turbo Router 2.x, you can also update your system using the CLI.
The CLI User Guide, System image management section.
Turbo Router is provided in several flavors.
img.gzfile, for installation using USB stick
isofile, for installation using CDROM, virtual CDROM or PXE boot
qcow2file for VM installation in a KVM environment
ovafile for VM installation in a VMWare environment
- a private AMI image for VM installation in an AWS environment
updatefile, for updating an existing Turbo Router installation
After you have installed Turbo Router following one of the methods above, jump to the Install your license file section to finalize your installation.
- 2.2.1. Install on bare metal using USB stick
- 2.2.2. Install on bare metal using CDROM
- 2.2.3. Install on bare metal using PXE boot and Ansible
- 2.2.4. Install as a VM using KVM
- 2.2.5. Install as a VM using OpenStack
- 2.2.6. Install as a VM using VMware
- 2.2.7. Install as a VM using Proxmox VE
- 2.2.8. Install as a VM using AWS
- 2.2.9. Install your license file