To install the Advanced Authentication appliance, perform the following steps:
Ensure that your environment complies with the System Requirements.
Unpack the file AdvancedAuthAppliance-x.x-xxx.zip, and use the AdvancedAuthAppliance-x.x-xxx.iso file.
Mount the Advanced Authentication installation ISO file and boot the machine.
Select theoption from the list.
Selectto delete all data in the SDA drive.
Select the appropriate language, read the license, and click.
Use the following information to configure the appliance:
: Specify a password for the root user on the appliance.
: Specify a primary and secondary NTP server used to keep time on the appliance.
: Select a region and time zone.
: Specify a hostname for the appliance, then select whether to use a or . If you use a static IP address, you must specify the IP address, subnet mask, the gateway, and DNS servers.
Clickand wait for the appliance initialization to complete.
After a prompt to login is displayed on the console, you must wait for 15 minutes. Even after the wait, if you are unable to access the Advanced Authentication portals then reboot the appliance.
IMPORTANT:The time on Advanced Authentication servers must be synchronized with NTP servers. Ensure that the NTP port 123 (UDP) is open on your corporate firewalls to allow Advanced Authentication servers to sync time on the predefined NTP servers or specify your internal NTP servers. For more information about time setting, see Configuring Time Settings.
NOTE:For information about migrating Advanced Authentication appliance from version 5.x to 6.1, see
WARNING:When you log in to the console asand run , it is recommended to not select the or option. Otherwise, you will not be able to access the web user interface when you reboot the appliance or start the appliance after shut down.