Download Vmware SCSI & RAID Devices Driver

12/10/2021by admin
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  • LSI SAS Storage Controller driver for Windows XP. LSI SCSI RAID Driver for LSI MegaRAID U320 0ch ZCR RAID. Use the links on this page to download the latest drivers for your SCSI/RAID Host Controller from our share libs. Scsi Raid Hostcontroller Driver for Windows 7 32 bit, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 10, 8, XP.
  • VMware ESXi 6.0 scsi-megaraid-sas 6.610.16.00-1OEM SAS Driver for Avago Megaraid SAS 9341-8i; File size: 147.5 KB; File type: zip; Read More.
  • Workstation Pro installs an IDE controller and a SCSI controller in the virtual machine. SATA controllers are supported for some guest operating systems. The IDE controller is always ATAPI. For the SCSI controller, you can choose BusLogic, LSI Logic, LSI Logic SAS, or VMware Paravirtual (PVSCSI) adapter.

Overview¶

In this section, we’ll cover creating a virtual machine (VM) for our Security Onion 2 ISO image in VMware Workstation Pro and VMware Fusion. These steps should be fairly similar for most VMware installations. If you don’t already have VMware, you can download VMware Workstation Player from http://www.vmware.com/products/player/playerpro-evaluation.html.

Note

With the sniffing interface in bridged mode, you will be able to see all traffic to/from the host machine’s physical NIC. If you would like to see ALL the traffic on your network, you will need a method of forwarding that traffic to the interface to which the virtual adapter is bridged. This can be achieved by switch port mirroring (SPAN), or through the use of a tap.

Adaptec AHA-151X/AHA-152X or AIC-6260/AIC-6360 SCSI Host Adapter (non-pnp).

Workstation Pro¶

VMware Workstation is available for many different host operating systems, including Windows and several popular Linux distros. Follow the steps below to create a VM in VMware Workstation Pro for our Security Onion ISO image:

Vmware Scsi Drivers

Download Vmware SCSI & RAID Devices Driver
  1. From the VMware main window, select File >> New Virtual Machine.
  2. Select Typical installation >> Click Next.
  3. Installer disc image file >> SO ISO file path >> Click Next.
  4. Choose Linux, CentOS 7 64-Bit and click Next.
  5. Specify virtual machine name and click Next.
  6. Specify disk size (minimum 200GB), store as single file, click Next.
  7. Customize hardware and increase Memory (minimum 12GB for most use cases) and Processors (minimum 4 CPU cores for most use cases).
  8. Network Adapter (NAT or Bridged – if you want to be able to access your Security Onion machine from other devices in the network, then choose Bridged, otherwise choose NAT to leave it behind the host) – in this tutorial, this will be the management interface.
  9. Add >> Network Adapter (Bridged) - this will be the sniffing (monitor) interface.
  10. Click Close.
  11. Click Finish.
  12. Power on the virtual machine and then follow the installation steps for your desired installation type in the Installation section.

Fusion¶

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VMware Fusion is available for Mac OS. For more information about VMware Fusion, please see https://www.vmware.com/products/fusion.html.

Follow the steps below to create a VM in VMware Fusion for our Security Onion ISO image:

Download Vmware SCSI & RAID Devices Driver
  1. From the VMware Fusion main window, click File and then click New.
  2. SelecttheInstallationMethod appears. Click Installfromdiscorimage and click Continue.
  3. CreateaNewVirtualMachine appears. Click Useanotherdiscordiscimage..., select our ISO image, click Open, then click Continue.
  4. ChooseOperatingSystem appears. Click Linux, click CentOS764-bit, then click Continue.
  5. ChooseFirmwareType appears. Click LegacyBIOS and then click Continue.
  6. Finish screen appears. Click the CustomizeSettings button.
  7. SaveAs screen appears. Give the VM a name and click the Save button.
  8. Settings window appears. Click Processors&Memory.
  9. Processors&Memory screen appears. Increase the number of processors to at least 4 and memory to at least 12GB depending on your use case. Click the AddDevice... button.
  10. AddDevice screen appears. Click NetworkAdapter and click the Add... button.
  11. NetworkAdapter2 screen appears. This will be the sniffing (monitor) interface. Select your desired network adapter configuration. Click the ShowAll button.
  12. Settings screen appears. Click HardDisk(SCSI).
  13. HardDisk(SCSI) screen appears. Increase the disk size to at least 200GB depending on your use case. Click the Apply button.
  14. Close the Settings window.
  15. At the window for your new VM, click the Play button to power on the virtual machine.
  16. Follow the installation steps for your desired installation type in the Installation section.
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