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Installing and Configuring the NetQ Virtual Environment

A virtual NetQ demo environment is available on the Cumulus Networks GitHub site, allowing you to try out NetQ on your own, or to test/validate updates to your network before deploying them into production.

The environment uses a series of Cumulus VX virtual machines built using the Cumulus Networks reference topology, which requires Vagrant and a hypervisor like VirtualBox. The GitHub site provides information on downloading and installing the hypervisor.