Time
6 hours 28 minutes
Difficulty
Intermediate
CEU/CPE
7

Video Transcription

00:00
Welcome back to the savory course in building. You're in for a sec lap. I'm your host and instructor, Kevin Hernandez.
00:06
On our last lesson, we downloaded and installed XXIII into a laugh, utilizing a tool called Rufus. Rufus. Basically allowed us configuring or manipulating this s o into a bootable drive in which our system was able to read as evos a CD or DVD.
00:24
In today's lesson, we'll have a brief introduction to E x. Excite also. We'll apply R E x X I license into our system.
00:33
Let's get started now. The first thing to do slogging and yes, exciting.
00:39
Come here.
00:41
Thank you.
00:42
Route Andy, Pastor.
00:55
And you're prompted. Would this wall screen
00:58
only the first time you're butting in basically is joining their community in experience improvement program.
01:07
No,
01:08
I'll decline
01:11
now, Once you're gonna hear, you will see
01:15
basically a dash dash for
01:17
but most of information regarding your server right here. You have diversion of your ***. I
01:23
this good. You can see you money.
01:26
I s P provider.
01:27
How many days has been up since it's been around six days since I install it,
01:32
you can also see the CPU memory and storage usage for your machine
01:38
done here in heart, where you can see a little bit more details regarding your CPU configuration. Your model, etcetera, etcetera.
01:48
No, if you scroll here right, you can see, give or take the morale of CPU and memory usage by the system. Now, since we have no installs, this looks very stable. However, as we add more appliances and these become more dynamic, you might see this buried according to time
02:07
right here in the bottom. You see the recent task the server have taken. In this case, you can see it basically performed. E update.
02:16
Now that you have now that you have familiarized yourself with the dashboard, let's restart this device. In other words, let's install or apply it that license key that we got when we downloaded the system into a product
02:30
in order to achieve toe. Let's go right here into the manage tab.
02:37
And now let's go to lighting, too.
02:39
Right here
02:40
you'll see a current situation, and
02:44
right here you'll see the sign. A license to your software.
02:49
Just click it
02:50
unless copy Paste are like since Keith
02:53
No, I have put a little stick out in order to cover my license but basically wants you pace your license, you will click the cheque license tap
03:01
and the system would validate that. The license is indeed Fallon,
03:07
so that's a sign. And once the sign, you can see your actual key right here
03:10
where this little icons are appearing and you can see the expiration date. It's never compare to the big block of data that we saw earlier.
03:23
You can also noticed that down here in task, you will also see the license being updated and applied to our system.
03:30
Now that our licenses supplied, we can start building a lap. First. We will start installing
03:38
our next Gen Far Wall
03:39
pf sense.
03:42
Afterwards, we'll start in selling several applications based on the requirement and total allocation of resources available on our system.
03:50
So what have we learned today? We familiarize ourself. We exercise dashboards. We also applied our license into our system.
03:58
In our next lesson will be insulting our next Gen firewall that's mentioned earlier. This will be PF sense
04:04
hope to see you soon. Have a great day

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