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Installing UTM-1 NGX R65 with Messaging Security Technical Level
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Important:

  1. This SecureKnowledge solution only applies to UTM-1 xx50 series appliances. The procedure does not work for xx70 series.
  2. Can only perform the procedure described in this SecureKnowledge solution for R65 MSS image. This procedure does not apply/work for R70 UTM-1 image.
  3. Only way to take a xx50 series appliance to R70 is via the R70 for SecurePlatform upgrade package, to be upgraded via the WebUI.
  4. For xx70 series appliance, see sk35362: Partial or incomplete boot menu on UTM-1/Power-1 appliance for UTM-1 and Power-1 appliances.

Installing on a UTM-1 appliance

NGX R65 with Messaging Security can be installed using either a DVD drive or USB key. If you decide to use a USB key, the USB must be made bootable.

Note: The USB key should be at least 2 Gigabytes.

Creating a Bootable USB Key

  1. Download and extract the contents of the Creating a Bootable USB Key for UTM-1 file.
    The contents are:
    • iso-kr
    • iso-rd
    • syslinux.cfg
    • syslinux-3.31.zip
  2. Insert your USB Storage Device into an empty USB slot on your PC.
  3. Format the USB drive. (Use any available tool to format the USB key as bootable.)
    1. Format as FAT.
    2. Select an appropriate letter for your disk-on-key, for example "F:".
    3. Use "FCD" as the Volume Label.
  4. Extract all the files from syslinux-3.31.zip to a folder named syslinux on your primary hard drive, for example "c:".
  5. At a Command Prompt, type: cd c:\syslinux\win32 (substitute the drive letter of your hard drive for "c:") and press 'Enter'.
  6. Type: syslinux.exe -f F: ("F:" represents the drive letter of the USB Device). Press 'Enter'.
  7. Type syslinux.exe -ma F:. Press 'Enter'.
  8. Add/copy the following files to the top level directory of the USB disk:
    • iso-kr
    • iso-rd
    • syslinux.cfg
  9. Download the NGX R65 with Messaging Security ISO package, UTM-1 NGX R65 with Messaging Security CD ISO Image for the UTM-1 Appliance, and place it in the top level directory of the USB key.

Installing the Messaging Security package on the UTM-1 appliance using a DVD or USB Key

To install:

  1. Connect the console cable to the appliance serial port. (Using the supplied serial console cable to the RJ45 port, open a hyperterminal and connect to the UTM-1 appliance. In the Port Settings window, the setting for the Serial console is 9600 8N1 (9600 BPS, 8 bits, no parity, 1 stop bit). From the Flow control drop down menu, select Hardware. Configure the hyperterminal parameters.)
  2. Connect a DVD drive or USB disk-on-key to a 450, 1050 or 2050 UTM-1 appliance.
  3. Boot the UTM-1 appliance.
  4. When prompted, press "B" to bring up the boot menu.
  5. On the boot menu:
    1. If you are booting from a DVD, select "USB-CDROM" as the first boot device. The system boots up.
    2. If you are booting from a USB key:
      1. Select "USB-HDD" as the first boot device. The system boots up.
      2. On the Select Partition Screen window, select the /dev/sda1 partition.
  6. The standard SecurePlatform installation begins.
  7. When prompted:
    1. Select the default IP address 192.168.1.1 with subnet 255.255.255.0 and default route 192.168.1.254.

      Note: You can enter an alternative IP address, if necessary.

    2. Select "SecurePlatform", not "SecurePlatform PRO".
    3. Select port 4434 for the UTM-1 WebUI.
  8. When installation completes, remove the DVD from the drive or disconnect the USB key, and reboot.


Note: This solution applies to the following models: UTM-1 450, UTM-1 1050 and UTM-1 2050.

In order to reinstall other UTM-1 appliances, or to reinstall Power-1 appliances, refer to sk35362: Partial or incomplete boot menu on UTM-1/Power-1 appliance.

This solution is about products that are no longer supported and it will not be updated

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