Simware 7.1.59 download available for all users

HP has released an updated version of the Comware simulator Simware, no license or registration is required to use this tool.

The updated version includes a simple to use GUI and drag-and-drop connections between the devices. A limitation of the new version seems to be that chassis based devices can no longer be simulated.

UPDATE 20/08/15: The separation seems to be causing some confusion, this is the (currently available) direct download link for Simware, both 7.1.50 and 7.1.59 are listed here:

Original text:

Product page which includes the download link:

Note: HP Inc and Hewlett Packard Enterprise are separating, so the download page currently seems to land on the HP Inc download site. Make sure to select the Hewlett Packard Enterprise link, which will take you to the proper download page.

Community support forum for the network simulator

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5 Responses to Simware 7.1.59 download available for all users

  1. Pingback: HP Comware Simulator 7.1.50 released for public ! | About HP Networking

  2. Lee says:

    And its gone…

    • Hi Lee, you are probably connected to the HP Inc (printers and personal computers) support site, this download is on the “Hewlett Packard Enterprise” support site. I have updated the article, and a direct download link is now included in the updated section.

  3. Lorenzo Platteau says:

    Managed to run Simware 7.1.59 on Windows 10 with latest version of Oracle VirtualBox (5.0.12x)
    system variables:
    HCL_INSTALL_PATH = C:\Program Files (x86)\HCL
    VBOX_MSI_INSTALL_PATH = C:\Program Files\Oracle\VirtualBox\
    Both VirtualBox and HCL should be set to always run as administrator.

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