- This SecureKnowledge solution only applies to UTM-1 xx50 series appliances. The procedure does not work for xx70 series.
- 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.
- Only way to take a xx50 series appliance to R70 is via the R70 for SecurePlatform upgrade package, to be upgraded via the WebUI.
- 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
- Download and extract the contents of the Creating a Bootable USB Key for UTM-1 file.
The contents are:
- Insert your USB Storage Device into an empty USB slot on your PC.
- Format the USB drive. (Use any available tool to format the USB key as bootable.)
- Format as FAT.
- Select an appropriate letter for your disk-on-key, for example "F:".
- Use "FCD" as the Volume Label.
- Extract all the files from
syslinux-3.31.zip to a folder named
syslinux on your primary hard drive, for example "c:".
- At a Command Prompt, type:
cd c:\syslinux\win32 (substitute the drive letter of your hard drive for "c:") and press 'Enter'.
syslinux.exe -f F: ("F:" represents the drive letter of the USB Device). Press 'Enter'.
syslinux.exe -ma F:. Press 'Enter'.
- Add/copy the following files to the top level directory of the USB disk:
- 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
- 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.)
- Connect a DVD drive or USB disk-on-key to a 450, 1050 or 2050 UTM-1 appliance.
- Boot the UTM-1 appliance.
- When prompted, press "B" to bring up the boot menu.
- On the boot menu:
- If you are booting from a DVD, select "USB-CDROM" as the first boot device. The system boots up.
- If you are booting from a USB key:
- Select "USB-HDD" as the first boot device. The system boots up.
- On the Select Partition Screen window, select the
- The standard SecurePlatform installation begins.
- When prompted:
- 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.
- Select "SecurePlatform", not "SecurePlatform PRO".
- Select port 4434 for the UTM-1 WebUI.
- 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