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MSE Virtual Appliance

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  1. MSE Virtual Appliance Presenter Name: Patrick Nicholson

  2. Agenda – MSE Virtual Appliance • Feature Overview • Configuration and Support • Viewing Configuration and Status • Reference Materials

  3. Feature Overview

  4. Feature Overview • MSE is now offered as a virtual appliance to help support lower-level, smaller deployments. • The MSE virtual appliance software is distributed as an Open Virtualization Archive (OVA) file. • The customer can install MSE virtual appliance using any of the method for deploying an OVF supported by the VMware environment.

  5. Virtual Appliance Licensing • When the MSE is located on the virtual appliance, the license is validated against VUDI (Virtual Unique Device Identifier) instead of UDI. • The license issue and installation process is exactly the same, as with the physical appliance, except instead of using a UDI, we will use a Virtual Unique Device Identifier (VUDI) which can be viewed by running “show csludi” on the MSE. • Unlike the MSE physical appliance, the customer must have an activation license for the virtual appliance. Without an activation license, the MSE starts in evaluation mode. Even if the licenses are present on the host, it rejects the permanent license if the activation license is not installed.

  6. Operating System Requirements • Red Hat Linux Enterprise server 5.5 64-bit operating system installations are supported. • The recommended deployments for a virtual appliance are UCS and ESX/ESXi 4.1 and later with either local storage or SAN over fiber channel.

  7. Virtual Appliance Sizing *Please note that Level 1 are hardware settings needed to demo the MSE and customers will need to upgrade to a larger platform to run an MSE in a real environment.*

  8. Prerequisites for Virtual Appliance on Server • The computer must have at least 500 GB+ Hard disk space and fast SAS drives with enhanced RAID controllers. • Use VM ESXi 4.1 or later. • Default username and password for ESX/i are ‘root’ and (blank), just leave blank and hit enter – no password. • Configure the IP address and make certain to select the correct Network Adapter. • Once ESXi is setup, you can use a Win XP/7 machine and connect to the ESXi host through vSphere client using the above configured IP address and login credentials.

  9. MSE Virtual Appliance – Configuration and Support

  10. Deploying the Virtual Appliance from vSphere • MSE virtual appliance is distributed as an OVA file that can be deployed on an ESXi using the vSphere Client. • In the vSphere Client, you can deploy OVF wizard to create a virtual machine running the MSE Virtual Appliance application. • To deploy the MSE virtual appliance, follow these steps: • STEP 1 - From the VMware vSphere Client main menu, choose File > Deploy OVF Template.

  11. Deploying the Virtual Appliance from vSphere (cont’d) • STEP 2 - Choose Deploy from file and choose OVA file that contains the MSE virtual appliance distribution. • STEP 3 - Click Next. The OVF Template Details window appears. VMware ESX/ESXi reads the OVA attributes. • STEP 4 - Verify the OVF Template details and click Next. The Name and Location window appears.

  12. Deploying the Virtual Appliance from vSphere (cont’d) • STEP 5 - Either keep the default name for the VM to be deployed in the Name text box or provide a new one and click Next.

  13. Deploying the Virtual Appliance from vSphere (cont’d) • STEP 6 - Choose the destination host or HA cluster on which you want to deploy the MSE VM, and click Next. The Resource Pool window appears. • STEP 7 - If you have more than one resource pool in your target host environment, choose the resource pool to use for the deployment and click Next. The ‘Ready to Complete’ window appears. • STEP 8 - Review the settings shown for your deployment and, if needed, click Back to modify any of the settings shown. • STEP 9 - Click Finish to complete the deployment. A message notifies you when the installation completes and you can see the MSE virtual appliance in your inventory.

  14. Steps to Start the MSE Virtual Appliance VM • STEP 1 - In the vSphere Client, click the MSE virtual appliance node in the resource tree. The virtual machine node should appear in the ‘Hosts and Clusters’ tree. • STEP 2 - On the Getting Started tab, click the Power on the virtual machine link in Basic Tasks. After the virtual machine successfully starts, the status column for the task shows Completed. • STEP 3 - Click the Console tab, within the console panel to make the console prompt active for keyboard input. • STEP 4 – Use the MSE Setup Wizard to complete the setup.

  15. Two Options to Issue License to Virtual Appliance • Through the Services tab • Administration and License Center

  16. Adding Virtual Appliance License to NCS (option 1) • Can add and delete a virtual appliance license either using the Services > Mobility Services Engine > Add Mobility Services Engine page when you are installing MSE for the first time.

  17. Adding Virtual Appliance License to NCS (option 2) • Other option is to go to Administration > License Center page to add license.

  18. Viewing Configuration and Status

  19. Viewing the MSE License using License Center • Step 1 - Choose Administration > License Center to access the License Center page. • Step 2 - Choose Summary > MSE from the lest sidebar menu, to view the summary page.

  20. Reference Materials

  21. Additional Information Mailing Lists • • Cisco User Guides • MSE CAS Configuration Guide • MSE wIPS Configuration Guide • MSE Kenwood Beta Guide • Deploying MSE Virtual Appliance – EDCS704217