3 Determine Security Mode Quick Start Guide Forcepoint V10000 G3 Web & Email Protection Appliance 6 Power On Appliance The appliance supports the following security modes: Power on the appliance and check the following indicators: •Web (TRITON AP-WEB) Front •Email (TRITON AP-EMAIL) • Web and Email (AP-EMAIL plus either AP-WEB or Web Filter & Security) Before you begin... Based on your subscription and deployment plan, determine the appropriate security mode for this appliance. Plan your deployment before setting up the appliance. See the back of this guide for a deployment overview and reference sheet. 1 1 • Hard drive LEDs are green. Rear • Power supply LEDs are green. 4 Connect Network Cables • LEDs for connected interfaces (NICs) are green. Connect the appliance interfaces required by the security mode for this appliance. Cat 5E cables (or better) are required. Do not use crossover network cables. Verify Contents • Power button is illuminated. • System status indicator (LED left of power supplies) is solid blue. Contact Forcepoint Technical Support if any indicators are not illuminated correctly. Accessory Kit 7 Configuration Overview * The P1 interface is not used for Web Filter & Security in this mode. Power Cables (2) Ethernet Cables (4) Serial Cable Please refer to the V-Series Appliance Getting Started guide for more details. Initial Configuration Bezel (faceplate) Appliance Command Line (firstboot script) • Configure security mode. 2 Sliding Ready Rail Kit • Configure Appliance Controller interface (C). Appliance Manager • Access the Appliance Manager via the Logon Portal. • Configure NTP servers/system time. • Left Ready Rail • Configure applicable network interfaces. • Right Ready Rail • Velcro Straps (2) Web Mode • Rack Installation Instructions TRITON Manager • Enter subscription key, update Master Database, configure Network Agent, and configure policies in TRITON Manager. 3 Cable Management Arm Kit • Requires Windows Server 2008 R2 or Windows Server 2012. Content Gateway Manager (proxy) • Configure user authentication and select protocols. • Cable Management Arm • Cable Tie Wraps • Static Support Tray • CMA Installation Instructions • Status Indicator Cable 5 Connect Input Device Email Mode 1. Connect to the appliance via serial port or KVM in order to access the command line interface for initial configuration. Serial port settings are: 9600 baud, 8 bits, no parity. Contact Forcepoint Technical Support if any items are missing. KVM Connection Serial Connection TRITON Manager • Complete configuration wizard, enter subscription key, and configure policies in the Email module. Configure email DLP policies in the Data module. • Requires Windows Server 2008 R2 or Windows Server 2012. 2 Rack Appliance See the Rack Installation Instructions included in the Sliding Ready Rail kit. ©2016 Forcepoint LLC. All rights reserved. 1 2 2. Secure power cables using velcro straps and plug power cables into an appropriate power source. Web and Email Mode Perform steps above for Web mode followed by Email mode. If your site does not have a Forcepoint proxy, skip the Content Gateway Manager configuration. QSG420-100_RevE Appliance Deployment Overview Deployment Reference Sheet You can deploy one or more appliances on your network. The diagram below illustrates a basic appliance deployment. A separate computer with Windows Server® 2008 R2 or Windows Server 2012 is required for running TRITON Manager. See the V-Series Appliance Getting Started guide for details. Appliance Information Logon Portal URL: Hostname: admin is the default user name for Appliance Manager, TRITON Manager, and Content Gateway Manager. Internet Network Configuration Appliance Controller Interface (C) Firewall IP Address: Primary DNS: Subnet Mask: Secondary DNS: Default Gateway: Tertiary DNS: Content Gateway Interfaces (P1 & P2) P1 * Router IP Address: Default Gateway: Subnet Mask: Primary DNS: P2 Secondary DNS: IP Address: Tertiary DNS: Subnet Mask: Above settings apply to P1 and P2 Network Agent Interface (N) ** Switch IP Address: Primary DNS: Subnet Mask: Secondary DNS: Default Gateway: Tertiary DNS: TRITON AP-EMAIL Interfaces (E1 & E2) E1 Clients IP Address: Default Gateway: Subnet Mask: Primary DNS: E2 Secondary DNS: IP Address: Tertiary DNS: Subnet Mask: Windows Server 2008 R2 Windows Server 2012 Above settings apply to E1 and E2 TRITON Manager * P2 is optional and may be connected to a router or switch. ** Connect to bidirectional span, monitor, or mirror port if sending blocking information through N. Support & Resources Web SQL Server Policy Server IP: IP Address: Log Server IP: User Name: Subscription Key: Password: Email Log Server IP: Getting Started Guide www.forcepoint.com Online Support and Contact Information www.forcepoint.com/support/ Authentication Mode: See the V-Series Appliance Getting Started guide for details.
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