Once the emulation is fully up and enters "Interactive" state, Management interface of each emulated device is externally accessible.
You can look up these addresses with the following FQDN format: `<hostname>.<emulation name>.<your account slug>.cloud.tesuto.com`
You should be able to directly SSH to these addresses but please note that prior to connecting to these devices you have to make sure a user login is created in device configuration.
External IP addresses are dynamically allocated each time emulation starts up. so please make sure to use FQDN to connect to devices instead of IP addresses.
Behind the scenes
This is the default mode when creating the emulations.
Tesuto automatically setups a ZTP engine and offers DHCP addresses to management interface of emulated device. These addresses are from RFC6598 range (100.64.0.0/10). We will then automatically setup address translation rules to map these management IPs to unique external IPv4 addresses for each node so you can connect to them externally.
If you set `is_ztp = False`at the time of creating the emulation, Tesuto will start the virtual router and leave it in default bootstrap mode. The most common behavior is that devices will start sending DHCP packets out of management interface.
You can add a setup your own DHCP and ZTP engine on Tesuto Agents.