SMB Install Program

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Time
1 hour 35 minutes
Difficulty
Intermediate
CEU/CPE
2
Video Transcription
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>> [MUSIC] This video is
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going to go over the initial setup of your SMB device.
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This is my client machine.
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You can connect to the SMB device through
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the IP address the device has on port 4434.
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The default IP is 192.168.1.1.
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If you see this message,
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it simply means that
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presented certificate is unknown to our computer.
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We can just go ahead to Advance and select "Proceed".
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This will start the first-time configuration wizard.
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We'll go ahead and select "Next".
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The def password is simply admin,
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so we're going to make it
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something a little bit stronger.
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You can enforce password complexity
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on the administrators,
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you can also select this to
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help us improve product experience.
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Let me type in my new password.
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It indicates that this is a strong password,
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well, medium, but good enough.
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At this point, we can go ahead and
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>> configure the device.
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>> It will give you an opportunity to either
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set the time manually or you can go
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ahead and connect to
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an NTP server to adjust time and time zone.
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We'll just take them manual settings,
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we'll go ahead and select "Next".
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Here, we can name our appliance,
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so I'll just call it SMBR8020.
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You can add your domain name if you're using one.
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I'm going to go ahead and type alpha.cp,
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and we'll select "Next".
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Now, we have an option to either use
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the local management or the central management.
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For now, we're going to stick with local management.
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We're going to have a dedicated video
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for central management.
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For now, I'm just going to stay with that.
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Here, we will tell it to go ahead and connect via DHCP.
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We do have some other options,
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one of them specifically would be PPoE.
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If you're doing a connection over a DSL,
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it will require PPoE where you would go
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in and it would ask for your user login and password,
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which is provided by your Internet service provider.
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In this case, I'll just stick with
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DHCP and I'm going to hit "Connect".
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I can do it later but I'll do it now.
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In a few seconds, it will require
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the IP address from it's WAN adapter.
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There we go, I got an external IP address.
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I can go ahead and select "Next".
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Here I have additional LAN settings.
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I can change my IP,
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my mask, but of course,
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if you'll change this,
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it'll be disconnected because this is
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the address I'm currently connected to.
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DHCP settings, you can enable or disable DHCP,
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you can change or customize your DHCP range,
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and of course, you can add exclusions in
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case you're using some
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static IP addresses that you've added
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manually to devices on your network.
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The administrator connects us to this device,
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either from the LAN or VPN connections.
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If you want, you can add Internet as well,
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you can also add specific IP addresses, any.
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If I'll go ahead and add a new address,
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it will pull my IP address of my host so then,
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I can have It's more strict.
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For now, I'm going to stay with any IP address.
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Your appliance is going to be
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registered in the User Center,
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and whenever this MAC address goes to User Center,
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it will actually get you the correct license
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and will pull it out of your User Center account.
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In this case, I'm actually
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going to stay with my valuation license,
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we'll skip that activation for now.
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Software Blades Activation. Here,
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we can select which blades we want to
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enable or disable. It's up to us.
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By default, everything is going to be enabled,
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but you can turn some of those features off.
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We'll go ahead and select "Next".
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Here we have the summary so we
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>> have Internet connection,
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>> we have the trial license.
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I can go ahead and select "Finish".
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It takes a few seconds
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and then you're going to get this interface.
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This is our new interface.
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If you use earlier versions,
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they look a little bit different.
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We'll go through all of these
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different options later on in
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this course so you'll have a chance to see at all.
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Let's take a quick look at the access policy.
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We're allowing traffic to the Internet on all services,
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allowing traffic between internal networks,
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we're blocking incoming traffic.
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Application and URL filtering, it's enabled.
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If I want, I can go ahead and add more options.
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If I'll go to NAT,
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I can see that NAT is enabled by default.
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If we'll go ahead and open Facebook,
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for example, you can see that it works,
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I have Internet connection,
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because as I mentioned before,
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the SMB is pre-configured, out of the box.
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You plug it in and everything works.
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In later modules, we'll go over all of
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the other options that we have here.
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These concludes the installation module.
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