McAfee SG640 Installation guide

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McAfee UTM Firewall
Quick Installation Guide
PCI Card Model SG640
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Introduction
This Quick Installation Guide walks you through the installation of
your UTM Firewall device.
This guide is intended for anyone who needs to set up an SG640
McAfee UTM Firewall device.
You can find additional information at the following locations:
•
Help – Help is built into the UTM Firewall Management Console.
Click the Help icon in the upper right corner.
•
Support – Visit mysupport.mcafee.com to find product
documentation, announcements, and support.
•
Firmware updates – Your device has been pre-programmed
with firmware current at the time of manufacture. Should you
want to upgrade the firmware, you can obtain the latest version
for your device from my.securecomputing.com.
Product specifications
•
Power: 100–240 V, 50–60 Hz, 0.52–0.21 A
•
Operating temperature: 0º C to 40º C
•
Storage temperature: –20º C to 70º C
•
Humidity: 0 to 95%, non-condensing
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Installation overview
Installing the UTM Firewall device into a well-planned network is
quick and easy. However, network planning and design is outside the
scope of this guide. Please take some time to plan your network prior
to installing your UTM Firewall device.
The basic steps to set up the UTM Firewall device are:
1
Unpack the device (page 5)
2
Install the UTM Firewall device in a PCI slot (page 6)
3
Connect the computer to the Web Management Console (page 7)
4
Set your password (page 9)
5
Configure network settings (page 9)
6
Register your UTM Firewall device (page 14)
Before beginning this installation, ensure your computer is running
Microsoft Windows (2000 or later). You should be logged in with
administrator privileges.
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Unpack the device
In addition to this document and the UTM Firewall PCI card, check
that the UTM Firewall CD is included with your appliance.
The UTM Firewall PCI card has a single 10/100 network port, a Reset
button, and four LEDs (light-emitting diodes); see Figure 1.
Figure 1 UTM Firewall PCI card
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2
4
The LEDs provide information about the operating status of your
UTM Firewall device. The two LEDs indicate:
1. power
3. network link
2. heart beat
4. network activity
The heart beat LED blinks when the UTM Firewall device is running.
The power LED is ON when power is applied.
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Install the UTM Firewall device in a PCI slot
To install the UTM Firewall device:
1
Turn off the power to the host computer.
2
Remove the cover of the computer.
3
Locate an unused PCI slot on the computer, and insert the UTM
Firewall device into it.
4
Replace the computer cover.
5
Turn on the computer. When Windows starts up, it automatically
detects the UTM Firewall device (recognized as a Realtek
RTL8139-series Fast Ethernet Adapter).
6
[Optional] Confirm that a new network adapter has been
installed:
a Select Start | Settings | Network and Dialup Connections
| Local Area Connection (possibly followed by a number) |
Properties.
b Make sure that the new adapter is listed in the Connect using
field.
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Connect the computer to the Web
Management Console
This process assumes that you are setting up your UTM Firewall
device in bridged mode, sitting between your computer and the LAN,
and transparently filtering network traffic.
NOTE: If you are setting up your UTM Firewall device in NAT
(masquerading) mode, or connecting directly to your ISP, refer to the
McAfee UTM Firewall Administration Guide, which is included on the
UTM Firewall CD (\doc\UserManual.pdf).
The UTM Firewall device ships with the following initial network
settings:
•
IP address – 192.168.0.1
•
Subnet mask – 255.255.255.0
To set up communication between UTM Firewall and your computer,
modify your network settings:
1
From the Start menu, open the Control Panel, and double-click
Network Connections.
2
Right-click Local Area Connection (or the appropriate network
connection for the newly installed PCI appliance) icon, and select
Properties.
3
Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), and click Properties.
4
Select Use the following IP address (Figure 2).
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Figure 2 Internet Protocol Properties window
5
Enter the following details:
• IP address – 192.168.0.100
• Subnet mask – 255.255.255.0
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8
Leave the Default gateway and DNS server addresses blank.
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Set your password
1
Launch your web browser, and navigate to 192.168.0.1.
2
On the management console, select Network Setup from the
Network Setup menu. A login window displays.
3
Enter the initial user name and password for the UTM Firewall
device:
• User name – root
• Password – default
NOTE: If you cannot connect to the management console at
192.168.0.1, or if the initial user name and password are not
accepted, reset the UTM Firewall device to its factory default
settings. Press the Reset button on the UTM Firewall device’s front
panel twice within two seconds, wait 20 to 30 seconds, and try
connecting again.
4
Enter and confirm a password for your UTM Firewall device. This
is the password for the user root, the main administrator account
on the UTM Firewall device. It is important that you choose an
administrative password that is hard to guess, and that you keep
the password secure.
The new password takes effect immediately.
Configure network settings
In the row labeled Bridge, click the Modify icon. This step configures
the IP address for the Web Management Console. For convenience,
this is generally an unallocated IP address on your LAN.
If your LAN has a DHCP server running, you can set up the UTM
Firewall device and your computer to obtain their network settings
automatically. Otherwise, you must manually specify network
settings for both the UTM Firewall device and your computer.
•
To obtain network settings automatically, proceed to
Automatically configure network settings on page 10.
•
To manually specify the network setting, proceed to Manually
configure network settings on page 12.
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Automatically configure network settings
Before continuing, ensure that your DHCP server has two leases
available. One lease will be used for the Web Management Console,
and the other will be used for your computer.
NOTE: It is strongly recommended that you reserve the IP address to
be used by the Web Management Console using the UTM Firewall
device MAC address. In bridged mode, this is the top MAC address of
the three displayed on the UTM Firewall device itself.
1
From the Network Setup page, click the Connections tab, then
select the DHCP assigned checkbox (Figure 3). Information in
the IP Address and Subnet Mask fields will be ignored.
Figure 3 Connections tab
2
Click Update.
3
From the Start menu, select Control Panel, then double-click
Network Connections.
4
Right-click the Local Area Connection icon (or appropriate
network connection for the newly installed PCI appliance), and
select Properties.
5
Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), then click Properties.
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On the General tab, select Obtain an IP address
automatically (Figure 4).
Figure 4 Internet Protocol Properties window
7
Select Obtain DNS server address automatically.
8
Click OK.
9
Attach your UTM Firewall device Ethernet port to your LAN hub or
switch. This completes the quick setup.
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Manually configure network settings
Before continuing, ensure that you have two IP addresses available
that are part of the subnet range of your LAN. You will need the
following information:
•
LAN subnet mask
•
DNS server address used by computers on your LAN
•
Gateway address used by computers on your LAN
Contact your network administrator if you are unsure of these
settings.
1
Enter IP address details for the Web Management Console.
a From the Network Setup page, select the Connections tab.
b Enter the IP Address that will be used by the Web Management
Console in the IP Address field (Figure 5).
Figure 5 Connections tab
c
Enter your LAN’s subnet mask in the Subnet Mask field.
d Confirm that the DHCP assigned checkbox is deselected.
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e [Optional] Enter one or more DNS server(s) and a gateway
address to be used by the UTM Firewall device, not your
computer, for access to the Internet. Typically, this is not
necessary as only your computer needs to access the Internet.
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2
Click Update.
Enter IP address details for your computer.
a From the Start menu, select Control Panel, then double-click
Network Connections.
b Right-click the Local Area Connection icon (or appropriate
network connection for the newly installed PCI appliance), and
select Properties.
c
Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), then click Properties.
d Enter the following details:
• IP address – The second free IP address that is part of the
subnet range of your LAN
• Subnet mask – The subnet mask of your LAN
• Default gateway – The IP address of your LAN default
gateway
• Preferred DNS server – The IP address of the DNS server
used by computers on your LAN
e Click OK.
3
Attach your UTM Firewall device Ethernet port to your LAN hub.
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Register your UTM Firewall device
You must register your UTM Firewall in order to receive technical
support. A current email address is required to register your
product. For prompt product registration, go to
my.securecomputing.com.
Step-by-step procedures for registering your device and activating
add-on features are provided in the McAfee UTM Firewall
Administration Guide.
This completes the setup of your UTM Firewall.
Advanced configurations
To configure more sophisticated security settings and networking
features such as VPN, use the menu in the UTM Firewall Web
Management Console. Refer to the McAfee UTM Firewall
Administration Guide, the Help, and the KnowledgeBase for further
configuration information.
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Caribbean; (b) in the Republic of Ireland, if you purchased the Software in Canada,
Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia, or the region commonly referred to as the Pacific
Rim; and (c) in Japan if you purchased the Software in Japan. If you purchased the
Software in any other country, then the substantive laws of the Republic of Ireland
shall apply, unless another local law is required to be applied. This Agreement will
not be governed by the conflict of laws rules of any jurisdiction or the United Nations
Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, the application of
which is expressly excluded. The United States District Court for the Southern
District of New York, and the Courts of New York County, New York, when New York
law applies, the courts of the Republic of Ireland, when the law of Ireland applies,
and the courts of Japan when Japanese law applies, shall each have non-exclusive
jurisdiction over all disputes relating to this Agreement.
15 Free Software. This product includes or may include some software programs that
are licensed (or sublicensed) to the user under the GNU General Public License
(GPL) or other similar software licenses which, among other rights, permit the user
to copy, modify and redistribute certain programs, or portions thereof, and have
access to the source code. The GPL requires that for any software covered under
the GPL, which is distributed to someone in an executable binary format that the
source code also be made available to those users. For any such software, the
source code is made available in a designated directory created by installation of
the Software or designated internet page. If any Free Software licenses require that
McAfee provide rights to use, copy or modify a software program that are broader
than the rights granted in this agreement, then such rights shall take precedence
over the rights and restrictions herein.
16 Privacy. By entering into this Agreement, you agree that McAfee may collect,
retain and use your personal information, including your name, address, e-mail
address, and payment details. Your personal information will be used primarily to
provide services and product functionality to you. McAfee may also use your
personal information for additional communication with you, subject to your
decision not to accept such communications from McAfee and subject to applicable
laws. McAfee engages other companies and individuals (“subcontractors”) to
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perform functions on its behalf, such as payment processing, order fulfillment,
marketing programs and customer service. McAfee may share your information
with such subcontractors in order to perform these and other functions, but such
subcontractors may not use your personal information for other purposes, unless
you agree. By entering into this Agreement, you agree to the transfer of your
personal information to McAfee offices in the United States, for the purposes stated
above. For more detailed information on the collection, use and transfer of your
personal information, and for information on how to opt out of or unsubscribe from
the communications described above, please read the McAfee privacy policy on the
McAfee web site (www.mcafee.com).
Audit. McAfee may, at its expense and upon reasonable notice to customer during
standard business hours audit customer with respect to its compliance with the
terms of this Agreement. Customer understands and acknowledges that McAfee
utilizes a number of methods to verify and support software use by its customers.
These methods may include technological features of the McAfee software that
prevent unauthorized use and provide software deployment verification. Upon
reasonable request, customer will provide a system generated report verifying
customer’s software deployment, such request to occur no more than four (4) times
per year. In the event that McAfee requires a physical audit, such audit shall be
preceded by thirty (30) days written notice and shall occur no more than once per
year unless otherwise required for compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.
Auto-Boot /Post Boot Mode. McAfee shall have no liability to you for any
damages resulting from the use of the Software in the “auto-boot” or “post-boot”
mode. You are advised that such tools are designed for product deployment
purposes only, and any other use does not provide adequate data security. Any
such contrary use shall be at your sole risk. Moreover, in the event of a data breach
resulting from such contrary use, you shall not publicize McAfee’s name in
connection with such breach, nor make any statements that unfairly disparage the
reputation of McAfee products.
Miscellaneous. This Agreement sets forth all rights for the user of the Software
and is the entire Agreement between the parties. This Agreement supersedes any
other communications, representations or advertising relating to the Software and
Documentation. This Agreement may not be modified except by a written
addendum issued by a duly authorized representative of McAfee. No provision
hereof shall be deemed waived unless such waiver shall be in writing and signed by
McAfee. If any provision of this Agreement is held invalid, the remainder of this
Agreement shall continue in full force and effect.
McAfee Customer Contact. If you have any questions concerning these terms
and conditions, or if you would like to contact McAfee for any other reason, please
call (866) 736-3971 or (800) 338-8754, or write: McAfee, Inc., Attention: Customer
Service, 5000 Headquarters Drive, Plano, TX 75024, or e-mail us by visiting
service.mcafee.com.
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