Deploy, Configure and Experience Aviatrix CoPilot

Getting the Aviatrix CoPilot License

CoPilot is only available with Bring Your Own License (BYOL) option. You must send an email to info@aviatrix.com and request a license. You must provide the following information in your email request

1- Full Name
2- Corporate email address
(CoPilot license email requested from Yahoo/Gmail/etc. email addresses will be ignored)
3- Mention that you are requesting the license for Sandbox Starter Tool or for testing/POC/lab purposes.

What is Sandbox Starter?

You can find more information about this tool on this video here



Deploy Aviatrix CoPilot in AWS


  • Deploy Aviatrix CoPilot from the AWS market place
  • https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace
  • As the best practice, it should be deployed in the same region as Aviatrix Controller.
  • In our example, we are deploying it in the us-east-1 (Virginia) region.
  • Search Aviatrix CoPilot on AWS Marketplace and click on it and then subscribe




At this stage, we are ready to configure it

Select the default options


Click Continue to launch


Select Launch through EC2


Select the default EC2 size for CoPilot and then click on Configure Instance Details


In the following screen make sure to select the VPC where Controller was deployed and also enable Auto-Assign public IP to CoPilot

The following screen shows the default options. No change needed here


The following screen shows the default options. No change needed here



Step4 is about storage settings. No changes needed here. Simply click next

In step 5 provide a name tag for the CoPilot EC2 and then move on to the security group settings step.


Now create a new security group for CoPilot


Use the following setting for lab purposes. This can further be tightened. Check the product documentation at https://docs.aviatrix.com for further details.




Now you can launch the CoPilot


Aviatrix Controller Setting

Before logging into the CoPilot, one must setup Controller first.




Log into CoPilot and Execute Use-Cases

Now you can log into CoPilot using the read-only user called CoPilot

After logging in, refer to the following video to get to know more about CoPilot and test important use-cases.


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