100b Hardware Revision 2

100b Hardware Revision 2
100b Hardware Revision 2
Security Platform
Hardware Quick Start Guide
Table of Contents
1 Scope of Delivery
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2 Overview 100b Hardware
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3 Methods of Access and Basic Configuration
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3.1
Serial Console....................................................................................................... 6
3.2
Graphical User Interface (GUI)..............................................................................7
3.3
Central Management Station genucenter..............................................................8
4 BIOS Settings
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5 PXE Boot
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6 Overview LED Display
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7 Hardware Specification
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8 Contact us at:
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Scope of Delivery
100b hardware
Power supply
Serial null modem cable
100b Hardware Quick Start Guide
Manual
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Overview 100b Hardware
Note:
A label with two barcodes and hardware information is attached to the
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chassis. One barcode contains the MAC address, the other the genua
machine ID.
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Methods of Access and Basic Configuration
Three access methods to the hardware are available (serial console, GUI,
genucenter Management Station):
3.1 Serial Console
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Attach the 100b hardware with the supplied null modem cable to a
serial interface on your computer.
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Start a serial terminal program (Windows: e.g., PuTTY or
SecureCRT. Unix: e.g., tip, cu, minicom, kermit or screen).
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Use these default connection settings:
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115200 baud
8 bit
No parity (None)
1 stop bit
Hardware Flow Control
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Connect the 100b hardware to a power source. The power LED will
light up.
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Wait for the boot process to finish and display the following
messages:
/dev/rsd0a: file system is clean; not checking
Unconfigured system
Press Control-C to configure the system.
If you don't, the system will use default values.
Waiting for 2 minutes...
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Within the next two minutes, enter Control+C to configure the 100b
hardware. The values below are an example and may vary:
Keyboard mapping? ('de' or 'us') [us]
Fully Qualified Domain Name? (example: host.domain.com)
appliance1.example.com
Which interface (re0 re1 re2)? [re0]
Address? [192.0.2.1]
Netmask length [24]
Media (optional)?
Default gateway/router [none]
Changing local password for root.
New password:
Retype new password:
Note the password specified here is both the root password for the 100b
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hardware commandline, as well as the Web GUI password for the user
„admin“.
Enable SSH daemon (y/n) ? [n]
Restrict access to Web-GUI and SSH service (y/n) ? [y]
Admin-ACL network (e.g. 192.168.1.0) ?
Admin-ACL netmask length ? [24]
Save configuration to disk (y/n) ? [n] y
generating SSL certificate...
/bin/config: replaced /disk/config.hdf.gz with
/var/run/config.hdf.tmp.gz
/bin/config: replaced /disk/config.hdf with
/var/run/config.hdf
updating random seed.
pf enabled
net.inet.carp.preempt: 0 -> 1
net.inet.ip.forwarding: 0 -> 1
net.inet6.ip6.forwarding: 0 -> 1
starting network
starting services: syslogd pfsyslog pflog2sqld httpd cron.
GeNUA/i386 (appliance1.example.com) (tty00)
login:
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Configuration is now complete, and the error LED will turn off.
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If the two minute timeout runs out without Control+C being entered,
the following default values will be configured instead:
IP auf dem (re0) Interface: 192.0.2.1/24
Root-Passwort: mekmitasdigoat
Hostname: unconfigured
3.2 Graphical User Interface (GUI)
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Attach a computer via a network (patch) cable to the network
interface „LAN0“ (see back panel page 1) of the 100b hardware.
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The computer must be in the same network as the 100b hardware!
(A possible IP address could be 192.0.2.2/24.)
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Start a browser.
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Enter the IP address of the 100b hardware, as configured on the
serial console. If none was configured, enter the default IP:
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https://192.0.2.1
Log in to the GUI with the username below, and the password as
configured on the serial console (else the default password as
below):
User name: admin
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Default password:
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mekmitasdigoat
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Now enter the license key as supplied in your license documentation
(format: XXXX – XX – XXXX – XXXX – XXXX – XXXX).
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The GUI now is available for normal operation. In case you have
logged with the default password, please change it now!
3.3 Central Management Station genucenter
When administrating the 100b hardware via a Central Management Station
genucenter, configuration files can be transferred with a USB stick (see
genucenter manual, chapter 6, „Installation of a genuscreen /genubox
/genucrypt Appliance“). As long as the 100b hardware still is in the state as
shipped with factory settings, it can be booted by simply inserting a USB
stick with the file „install.tgz“ as downloaded from genucenter. Transfer of
configuration files is complete when the error LED no longer blinks. The
100b hardware now is configured and in communication with your
genucenter.
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BIOS Settings
Press the “F12“ key while the device boots to enter the BIOS.
In the BIOS:
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Press “3“ to enter the BIOS settings.
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You will see all available settings and their shortcuts. The shortcuts
are case sensitive, i.e. “e” is not the same as “E”.
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To exit the BIOS, enter “shift+E“ to save and quit. Alternatively you
can enter “shift+Q” to discard changes and quit.
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PXE Boot
When administrating an appliance via genucenter, you will have to enable
PXE boot.
1. Boot into the BIOS by pressing “F12” while the device boots.
2. In the BIOS, press “3” (Payload [setup]).
3. Toggle PXE boot by pressing shift+N
4. If you can see the line “N Network/PXE boot - Currently Enabled”,
the 100b will boot via PXE. If the line says “Currently Disabled”
instead, repeat step 3.
5. The 100b hardware will then try to boot via PXE at every restart.
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Overview LED Display
Event
Power
Power on
on
Error
Boot in progress
short flash
2 minute timeout
blinking
Boot complete
off
Action
USB install in
progress
blinking
USB install complete
off
USB install error
on
genucenter update in
progress
blinking
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Hardware Specification
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CPU: AMD T40E (1GHz)
RAM: 2 GB
3 x LEDs: Power, Error, Event
Interfaces:
3 x GBit LAN
1 x Console
2 x USB
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Contact us at:
genua mbh, Domagkstrasse 7, 85551 Kirchheim/Munich, Germany
phone +49 89 991950-0, fax +49 89 991950-999, info@genua.de,
www.genua.de
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