How To Install The Netbox Network Management And Documentation System On Linux Ubuntu Server 20.04

Netbox is an open source and free to use network documentation and management system that simplifies common network administration tasks such as IP address management (IPAM), Devices and Connections Management, Username and Password management and more. If you work in the technology industry for any length of time, chances are good that you eventually work with, troubleshoot or even deploy a network or data center. One of the most common things that happens is that you get more focused on getting the network as well as computer systems operational and network documentation is done last,  poorly done, or not done at all! The goal of NETBOX is to change this and provide a web based tool that is easy to use and helps to make the process of documenting a computer network much faster. Continue reading this tutorial to learn how to install the Netbox Network Management and documentation system on Linux Ubuntu 20.04 LTS.


In order to complete this tutorial successfully the following is a list of items that may be needed. Please ensure to have these items available before taking implementation action on this tutorial:
1) A desktop or laptop with a dual core processor, 4GB of RAM and atleast 50GB of free disk space
2) Oracle VM VirtualBox 6.1 
3) Netbox installation files for Linux Ubuntu Server
4) Linux Ubuntu 20.04 Server disk image file (ISO FILE)
5) VirtualBox guest additions software for Linux Ubuntu Server.