Set up a Local Edge Gateway in cyberelements
To give access to your LAN or private cloud resources, you will need to set up a Local Edge Gateway in cyberelements.
In this section we are going to cover the steps needed to set up the Gateway in the cyberelements platform.
What you’ll need to get started:
- VMware or Microsoft Hyper-V
- 4vCPU, 4GB RAM, 50GB HDD (for privileged access, more storage maybe required depending on the retention requirement for the stored video archives)
- Outgoing port 443 access to *.cyberelements.io
When you log into your cyberelements console you will see the Let’s Get Started user guiding wizard.
Choose Let’s configure your environment.
When you choose either on-premise / private cloud or application with session recording you will be prompted to setup a gateway if one is not already running in your organization.
Click the Generate my Gateway button to begin the provisioning task.
Choose the VMware or Microsoft Hyper-V button to download the appropriate virtual appliance for your virtualization platform.
Once the virual appliance is downloaded, leave this console screen open and go to your virtualization platform and import the VM.
You will need the Pairing token and Tenant address information when setting up the Gateway VM.
Once you start the VM you will be prompted with a Gateway setup wizard which will walk you through the steps to configure.
Select your language for the virtual appliance.
Enter a password for the local OS accounts
And enter a hostname for the virtual appliance
Choose your network configuration.
Note: The Gateway requires a valid DNS server in order to resolve the cyberelements cloud servers.
Click Continue to pair the gateway to your organization.
Enter the name of your cyberelements Tenant which was provided to you in your cyberelements console.
Enter the pairing token which was provided to you in your cyberelements console.
Note: It is a case sensitive, however, the hyphen [-] symbol is not required.
Your Gateway is successfully connected, click Finish
To view the gateway in your console, go to the Gateways Management page
You should see your Local Edge Gateway listed & running (green icon).
Now, we need to create a Site for this Gateway.
In the admin concosle, click on the Sites Management page and add New Site
Enter a name for the Site
Go to Gateways tab, Highlight the Local Edge Gateway & click on Enable
Go to HTML5 Gateways tab and click on Enable.
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