Initial Network Configuration Using TGSH Dialog
The initial network configuration is completed in the TGSH Dialog. The goal is to complete the basic configuration that allows access to the OpAdmin interface tool to complete the remaining configuration, including the license, email host, and SSL Certificates.
For DHCP users, the following steps assume that you are using static IP addresses. If you are using DHCP to obtain your IPs, then see the Cisco Threat Grid Appliance Administrator Guide for more information.
In the TGSH Dialog interface, select CONFIG_NETWORK. The Network Configuration console opens.
Complete the blank fields according to the settings provided by your network administrator for the Clean, Dirty, and Admin interfaces.
Change DHCP Enabled from Y to N.
Leave the Configure Non-Default Routes field set to the default of N (unless additional routes are needed).
If your network is using a DNS name for the Clean network, enter the name in the DNS Name field.
Leave the Dirty network DNS Name field blank.
After you finish entering all the network settings, tab down and select Validate to validate your entries.
If invalid values have been entered, you may see errors. If this occurs, fix the invalid values and select Validate again.
After validation, the Network Configuration Confirmation displays the entered values.
Select Apply to apply your configuration settings.
It may take 10 minutes or more to complete.
The console becomes a blank grey box, and the screen may display scrolling configuration information as the settings are applied, and then it lists detailed information about the configuration changes that have been made.
The Network Configuration Console refreshes again and displays the entered IP addresses.
You have completed the network configuration of your appliance.
What to do next
The next step in the appliance setup is to complete the remaining configuration tasks using the OpAdmin Portal, as described in OpAdmin Portal Configuration Wizard.