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FusionAccess V100R006C20 Cloud Classroom Solution Product Documentation 10 (Single-Classroom Scenarios)

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Installing FusionAccess

Installing FusionAccess

Installing FusionAccess Components

Creating Linux Infrastructure VMs
Scenario

This section describes how to create Linux VMs.

Prerequisites

There are no special conditions for this operation.

Data

For required parameters, see specific procedures.

Software

FusionAccess_Linux_Installer_V100R006C20SPC102.iso

Procedure

Creating an infrastructure VM

  1. Log in to FusionCompute.
  2. Choose VM and Template > Create VM.
  3. The Create VM dialog box is displayed. Configure related parameters listed in Table 3-13.

    Independently deploy TCM because port conflicts may exist between it and ITA, WI, and vLB.

    Table 3-13 Parameter settings

    VM

    Category

    Description

    ITA/GaussDB/HDC/WI/License/vAG/vLB/LiteAD

    VM Name

    Name: specifies the name of the VM to be created.User-defined. FA-LiteAD is recommended.

    Computing Resource

    Specifies the location where the VM is to be created.

    Components are deployed on the same VM.

    OS

    • OS type: Linux
    • OS version: Novell SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP3 64-bit

    Data Store Resource

    • Non-virtualization data store resources are recommended.
    • You are advised to use the high-performance storage instead of the low-performance storage, such as NL-SAS and SATA.

    VM Hardware Specification

    The VM hardware specifications are as follows:

    • CPU: 4. Quota: Select Custom from Quota and set the quota to the maximum value. This setting guarantees CPU resources for the management node VMs on a CNA in resource contention.
    • Memory: 12 GB. Reserved(MB): Set this parameter to Maximum.
    • Disk 1: 60 GB
    • NIC 1: service plane NIC
    • NIC 2: management plane NIC
    • Options: Set NIC type to HW_V_NET.
    • Retain the default values for other parameters.

    TCM

    VM Name

    Name: specifies the name of the VM to be created.User-defined. FA-TCM is recommended.

    Computing Resource

    Specifies the location where the VM is to be created.

    The VM can be deployed on the ManagementCluster directly.

    OS

    • OS type: Linux
    • OS version: Novell SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP3 64-bit

    Data Store Resource

    • Non-virtualization data store resources are recommended.
    • You are advised to use the high-performance storage instead of the low-performance storage, such as NL-SAS and SATA.

    VM Hardware Specification

    The VM hardware specifications are as follows:

    • CPU: 2. Quota: Select Custom from Quota and set the quota to the maximum value. This setting guarantees CPU resources for the management node VMs on a CNA in resource contention.
    • Memory: 2 GB. Reserved(MB): Set this parameter to Maximum.
    • Disk 1: 50 GB
    • NIC 1: service plane NIC
    • Retain the default values for other parameters.

  4. Create the infrastructure VM as prompted.
  5. Click Create Another and create other infrastructure VMs one by one.
Configuring Linux Infrastructure VMs
Scenario

This section describes how to configure Linux infrastructure VMs, including:

  • Enable automatic recovery for infrastructure VMs.
  • Install the OS.
  • Install the Driver Tools.
Data

For required parameters, see specific procedures.

Software

FusionAccess_Linux_Installer_V100R006C20SPC102.iso

Procedure
Setting the automatic recovery attribute for Linux infrastructure VMs
NOTE:

If a storage network exception occurs, Linux VMs may fail to be recovered automatically. Perform this operation to ensure system reliability. Windows VMs can be recovered automatically when a storage network exception occurs. Therefore, this operation is unnecessary.

  1. Use PuTTY to log in to the active VRM node using the floating VRM IP address. The login account is gandalf and the default password is Huawei@CLOUD8.
  2. Run the following command to switch to user root. The default password is Huawei@CLOUD8!.

    su - root

  3. Run the following command to disable user logout upon system timeout:

    TMOUT=0

  4. Run the following command for each infrastructure VM:

    sh /opt/galax/vrm/tomcat/script/modifyRecover.sh vmId true

    vmId is the VM ID.

    You can get the vmId on the FusionCompute page, as shown in Figure 3-4.

    Figure 3-4 VM ID

    NOTE:

    If the ID column does not exist in the VM and Template list, you can view the column by using the following method:

    1. Click in the upper-right corner of the VM and Template list.
    2. Click Select Column.
    3. Select ID.
    4. Click OK.

  1. Run the following command to restart the VRM process:

    service vrmd restart

  2. On the FusionCompute portal, click VM and Template. On the VM tab, locate the row that contains the infrastructure VM and choose More > Forcibly Stop to shut down the VM.
  3. After the VM status changes to Stopped, locate the row that contains the VM and click Start to start the VM.
  4. Repeat Step 6 to Step 7 to shut down and start other infrastructure VMs.

Mounting a CD/DVD-ROM drive

  1. On the FusionCompute portal, click VM and Template.
  2. In the Name column, click the name of the newly created bare VM.
  3. Choose Hardware > CD/DVD-ROM drive > Mount Local CD/DVD-ROM Drive, and click OK.
  4. Mount ISO file FusionAccess_Linux_Installer_V100R006C20SPC102.iso to the VM. Select Restart the VM now to install the OS and click OK.
  5. In the VM and Template list, locate the row where the newly created bare VM is located, and click Log In Using VNC.

Installing the OS

  1. After the VM is successfully restarted, the Welcome to UVP! page is displayed. Select Install within 30 seconds and press Enter.

    NOTE:

    If you do not select Install within 30 seconds, the OS cannot be installed using the CD-ROM drive. Set the OS boot device to CD/DVD-ROM by referring to , and click Forcibly Restart in the Operation column to restart the VM, and click Log In Using VNC.

    The system starts automatic loading, which takes about 3 minutes. Then, the Main Installation Window screen is displayed, as shown in Figure 3-5.

    Figure 3-5 Main Installation Window
    NOTE:
    • Press Tab or and to move the cursor.
    • Press Enter to select an item or execute the selected item.
    • Press the space key to select the item selected by the cursor.
    • Use the digital keys in the upper part of the main keyboard area to enter digits.

  2. Press to move the cursor to Network in the navigation tree, and press Enter.
  3. Press Enter. In the IP Configuration for eth0 window, select Manual address configuration, set the following parameters, and save the settings:

    • IP Address: Set the service plane IP address.
    • Netmask: Set the subnet mask.
    NOTE:
    • For ITA/GAUSSDB/HDC/WI/LICENSE/vAG/vLB/LiteAD, the management plane IP address must be configured.
    • Select eth1: not configured and configure the management plane IP address.
    • You must configure the management plane IP address for the VMs on which the vAG component is deployed.

  4. In the Network Configuration window, configure the gateway information for the service plane and save the settings.
  5. In the navigation tree, select Hostname and press Enter. In the Hostname Configuration window, set the VM hostname as planned and save the settings.

    NOTE:
    • The VM host name contains a maximum of 15 characters. Otherwise, an error message is reported in Installing Infrastructure Components.
    • A VM host name cannot be the same as the domain name prefix of LiteAD. (For example, the prefix of vdesktop.huawei.com is vdesktop.)

  6. In the navigation tree, select Timezone and press Enter. In the Time Zone Selection window, change the time zone and time and save the settings.
  7. In the navigation tree, select Password and press Enter. In the Root Password Configuration window, enter the password of user root and save the settings.
  8. Press F12. In the confirmation dialog box, press Enter twice.

    The Package Installation page is displayed. Linux OS installation starts.

  9. After the OS is successfully installed, the VM automatically restarts.

    NOTE:
    • The installation takes about 10 minutes.
    • During the VM restart process, if Failed is displayed for certain items, ignore these items and continue with subsequent operations. These items do not affect the normal use of the VM.

  10. Uninstall the CD/DVD-ROM drive from the VM.

Installing the Driver Tools

  1. On the FusionCompute portal, locate the row of the VM to be operated, choose More > Mount Tools, and click OK twice.
  2. Log in to the VM on which the Linux OS is installed using VNC as user root.
  3. Move the cursor to Driver Tools in the navigation tree on the left and press Enter. Install the Driver Tools as prompted.
  4. If the Driver Tools installed successfully information is displayed, the Driver Tools is successfully installed. Press F8 to restart the VM.

  5. Repeat Step 1 to Step 27 to configure other Linux infrastructure VMs.
Installing Infrastructure Components
Scenario

This section describes how to install the ITA, GaussDB, HDC, WI, License, vAG, vLB, and LiteAD components on a Linux VM, and configure the components. LiteAD integrates the DNS and DHCP services. You can enable or disable the DHCP service integrated in LiteAD. The DNS server is used for configuring DNS forwarding. GaussDB and vLB use the same floating IP address.

NOTE:
  • The DHCP service integrated in LiteAD or the DHCP service integrated in the switch can be selected exclusively.
  • Press ↑ and ↓ to move the cursor upwards and downwards.
  • If you need to set the LiteAD DHCP address pool lease period, see Setting the DHCP Lease Time on Lite AD.
Prerequisites

You have created and configured a Linux VM.

Data

For required parameters, see specific procedures.

Procedure

Installing the server

  1. Log in to the server using VNC as user root.
  2. Enter startTools to go to the FusionAccess screen, as shown in Figure 3-6.

    Figure 3-6 FusionAccess
    NOTE:
    • If this is the first time for user root to log in to the VM, the FusionAccess screen is displayed.
    • Press and to move the cursor upwards and downwards.

  3. Go to the Software directory, as shown in Figure 3-7.

    Figure 3-7 Software

  4. Select Install all (LiteAD) and press Enter. In the dialog box that is displayed, press Enter.

    A dialog box shown in Figure 3-8 is displayed.

    Figure 3-8 Install all

  5. Select Create a new node and press Enter.

    A dialog box shown in Figure 3-9 is displayed.

    Figure 3-9 Install all

  6. Select the installation mode based on site requirements and press Enter.

    NOTE:

    Ensure that the installation mode is the same as that of FusionCompute.

    • Common mode
    • Rights separation mode

  7. In the dialog box that is displayed, set the related parameters. Figure 3-10 shows a configuration example.

    • Domain Name
    NOTE:

    The domain name must comply with the following rules:

    • Contain a maximum of 63 characters.
    • Contain only letters, digits, hyphens (-), and periods (.).
    • Cannot start or end with a period (.) or a hyphen (-). A period (.) cannot be in front of or followed by a hyphen (-).
    • Contain at least one period (.). At least two characters (among which at least one letter exists) must follow the last period (.). For example, v-Desk1.xxx.com.
    • Password for Domain Admin and Confirm Password for Domain Admin: Set the password of domain administrator vdsadmin, which is automatically created during component installation.
    • Local Service IP: specifies the service plane IP address of the VM.
    Figure 3-10 Local Service IP

  8. Press Enter twice.

    The components start to be installed and configured, which take about 3 minutes. The installation is successful when Install all components successfully. is displayed.

  9. Press Enter.

    The server components are installed.

  10. Exit startTools as prompted.

    Configure a login domain name.

    NOTE:

    The login domain name indicates the client address entered when an end user logs in to the VM, for example, fusionaccess.vdesktop.huawei.com. If the login domain name is not configured, the user can use the floating IP address or service plane IP address to log in to the VM.

  11. Run the following command to configure the user login domain name:

    samba-tool dns add 127.0.0.1 user domain name prefix of the user login domain name A floating IP address

    Example: samba-tool dns add 127.0.0.1 vdi. huawei. com fusionaccess A 192.168.191.15

Configuring the DHCP address pool

NOTE:

If the DHCP service of the switch is used, you do not need to set Configure DHCP Scope. Skip Step 12 to Step 19.

  1. Log in to the LiteAD server using VNC as user root.
  2. Enter startTools and press Enter.

    The FusionAccess screen is displayed.

    NOTE:
    • If this is the first time for user root to log in to the VM, the FusionAccess screen is displayed.
    • Press or to move the cursor vertically.

  3. Press to select Software and press Enter, as shown in Figure 3-11.

    Access the Software directory.

    Figure 3-11 Software

  4. Press to select Custom Install and press Enter, as shown in Figure 3-12.

    Access the Custom Install directory.

    Figure 3-12 Custom Install

  5. Press to select LiteAD and press Enter, as shown in Figure 3-13.

    The Install or Uninstall or Configure LiteAD screen is displayed.

    Figure 3-13 LiteAD

  6. Press to select Configure LiteAD and press Enter, as shown in Figure 3-14.

    The Configure LiteAD screen is displayed.

    Figure 3-14 Install or Uninstall or Configure LiteAD

  1. Select Configure DHCP Scope and press Enter, as shown in Figure 3-15.

    The Configure DHCP Scope screen is displayed.

    Figure 3-15 Configure LiteAD

  2. In the Configure DHCP Scope screen, set the related parameters to configure the DHCP address pool, as shown in Figure 3-16.

    NOTE:
    • Press Tab, , and to move the cursor.
    • Use PuTTY to log in to the VM to configure the DHCP address pool. Press Tab, Shift+Tab, , and to move the cursor.
    • The DHCP IP address pool contains all IP addresses that can be assigned to user VMs.
    • Start IP: indicates the start IP address.
    • End IP: indicates the end IP address.
    • Gateway IP: indicates the gateway IP address.
    • Mask Length: indicates the subnet mask length.
    Figure 3-16 Configuring the DHCP address pool

Installing the TCM Component
Scenario

This section describes how to deploy the TCM server to centrally manage and maintain TCs.

NOTE:
  • You are advised to deploy the management server, data server, and database server together.
  • For Centerm TCs, Linux OS TCM VMs are recommended.
  • You are advised to access the TCM portal using Internet Explorer 8.0, because browsers of other versions may be incompatible with the TCM portal.
Prerequisites
  • For Centerm TCs, Linux OS TCM VMs have been created and configured.
  • You have obtained the document required by TCs in Documents based on the site TC usage.
  • You have obtained the software required by TCs in Software Packages based on the site TC usage.
Data

For required parameters, see specific procedures.

Procedure
  1. Perform operations based on the TC type.

    • For Centerm TCs, go to Step 2.
    • For Sunniwell TCs, go to Step 5.

Installing the Centerm TCM

  1. Log in to the TCM infrastructure VM using VNC as user root.
  2. Install and configure the installation program of the management server.

    For details, see section "Installation and Configuration" in the CCCM_InstallationManual.

  1. Add a TC and perform related management operations.

    For details, see CCCM_UserManual.

Installing the Sunniwell TCM

  1. Log in to FusionCompute.
  2. Import the VM and configure the network.
  3. Add a TC and perform related management operations.

    For details, see SWTMS_Administrator_Guide.

Upgrading TCs

  1. Upgrade TCs based on site requirements and version mapping.

    For details, see Upgrading Clients.

(Optional) Installing the RSAT
Scenarios

Install the Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT) on a Windows physical machine or VM to manage and maintain the LiteAD. The computer where the RSAT is installed is called a management computer.

After installing the RSAT, you can use either the command-line interface (CLI) or RSAT to manage user groups and users. However, only the RSAT can be used to configure and manage group policies.

NOTE:
  • Requirements for the management computer are as follows:
  • The management computer must have two NICs, one is the service plane NIC, and the other is the management plane NIC.
  • The service plane NIC of the management computer must be interconnected with a domain to ensure that the management computer can be added to the domain.
  • The RSAT must support the Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10 operating systems (OSs). In this topic, the Windows 7 OS is used as an example.
  • You can install RSAT only on the full release of Professional or Enterprise editions of Windows client operating systems.
Prerequisites
  • A Windows management computer has been created and configured.
  • The management computer can communicate with the LiteAD server.
Data

For details about key data and parameters, see the description given in specific procedures.

Software
Table 3-14 Software list

Software Type

Software Name

How to Obtain

RSAT

Windows6.1–KB958830–X86–RefreshPkg

Download the software of different versions based on the server OS from the official website or through other legal ways.

Procedure

Set the IP address of the management computer.

  1. Set the IP address based on the following rules:

    • Configure the first NIC for the service plane:
    • Set IP address to the planned service plane IP address.
    • Set Subnet mask to the planned service plane subnet mask.
    • Set Default gateway to the planned service plane gateway.
    • Set Preferred DNS server to the planned IP address of the active DNS server.
    • Set Alternate DNS server to the planned IP address of the standby DNS server.
    • Configure the second NIC for the management plane:
    • Set IP address to the planned management plane IP address.
    • Set Subnet mask to the planned management plane subnet mask.
    • Do not set Default gateway.
    • Do not set Preferred DNS server.
    • Do not set Alternate DNS server.

  2. Right-click the management plane NIC, choose Properties > Internet Protocol Version 4 > Advanced > DNS from the shortcut menu, and deselect Register this connection's addresses in DNS, as shown in Figure 3-17.

    NOTE:

    This operation applies to the management NIC only.

    Figure 3-17 Advanced TCP/IP settings

Add the management computer to a domain.

  1. Choose Start. In the Search programs and files text box, enter sysdm.cpl, and press Enter. In the System Properties dialog box, click Change.
  2. Set Computer name to the management computer name, such as FA-RSAT. In the Member of area, select Domain, enter the full name of the user domain, and click OK, as shown in Figure 3-18.

    Figure 3-18 Computer Name/Domain Changes

  3. Enter the username and password of the domain administrator to be added to the domain, and click OK.

    NOTE:

    The username of the domain administrator is Domain name\vdsadmin.

  4. Complete the configuration as prompted, restart the VM, and log in to the VM using a domain account.

Install the RSAT.

  1. Log in to the RSAT management computer as domain administrator vdsadmin.
  2. Install the RSAT as prompted.

Configure the RSAT.

  1. Choose > Control Panel > Programs.
  2. In the Programs and Features area, click Turn Windows features on or off.

    The Windows Features dialog box is displayed.

  3. Select related options, as shown in Figure 3-19.

    NOTE:

    Select the functions, as shown in the following figure. Other functions are not supported currently.

    Figure 3-19 Windows Features

  4. Click OK.

Configure the Start menu.

  1. On the RSAT management computer, right-click , and choose Properties from the shortcut menu.

    The Taskbar and Start Menu Properties dialog box is displayed.

  2. On the Start Menu tab, click Customize.

    The Customize Start Menu dialog box is displayed.

  3. Select related options, as shown in Figure 3-20.

    Figure 3-20 Customize Start Menu

  4. Click OK.

Connect to the DNS service.

  1. Choose Start > Administrative Tools > DNS.

    The Connect to DNS Server dialog box is displayed.

  2. Select The following computer, enter the domain name in the text box, select Connect to the specified computer now, and click OK.

    Figure 3-21 shows a configuration example.

    Figure 3-21 Connect to DNS Server

FusionAccess Initial Configuration

Performing Configurations on FusionAccess
Scenario

This section describes how to configure information about the virtualization environment on FusionAccess to ensure system running after installing infrastructure components.

Prerequisites

There are no special conditions for this operation.

Data

For required parameters, see specific procedures.

Procedure

Logging in to the FusionAccess portal

  1. In the address box of your web browser, enter http://service plane IP address of the active ITA server:8081 and press Enter.

    The FusionAccess Web Client page is displayed, as shown in Figure 3-22.

    Figure 3-22 FusionAccess Web Client

  2. Enter the username and password and click Login.

    Username and password vary with the value of Rights Management Mode set when the ITA server is installed.

    If Rights Management Mode is Common mode, Username is admin and the default password is Cloud12#$.

  3. You will be asked to change the password upon your first login.

    After changing the password, go to the FusionAccess Configuration Wizard page.

    The new password must:

    • Contain at least one uppercase letter (A to Z), one lowercase letter (a to z), one digit (0 to 9), and a special character (~!@#$%^&*()-_=+\|{};:'",<.>/? or space).
    • Contain 8 to 32 characters.
    • Cannot contain the username or reversed username.

Configuring the virtualization environment

  1. On the Virtualization Environment page, set Virtualization environment type to FusionCompute or OpenStack and set related parameters. Figure 3-23 shows an example.

    • Virtualization environment type: Select FusionCompute or OpenStack.
      NOTE:

      The following uses FusionCompute as an example to describe the interconnection. To interconnect with OpenStack, perform operations as prompted.

    • FusionCompute IP: Input the floating IP address of the VRM node.
    • FusionCompute port number: Input 7070.
    • SSL port number: Input 7443.
    • Username: The default value is vdisysman.
    • Password: The default value is VdiEnginE@234.
    • Protocol: Select the protocol used for communication between FusionCompute and the ITA. You are advised to select https.
    Figure 3-23 Configuring the virtualization environment

Confirming the information

  1. Click Next.

    The Confirmation page is displayed, as shown in Figure 3-24.

    Figure 3-24 Confirming the information

  2. Confirm all parameter settings and click Submit.

    The system automatically configures the information. The FusionAccess page is displayed after the configuration is complete.

Configuring a WI Cluster
Scenario

This section describes how to configure related parameters of a WI cluster on the FusionAccess portal when the vAG and vLB are used as the gateway and load balancer.

Prerequisites

There are no special conditions for this operation.

Data

For required parameters, see specific procedures.

Procedure
  1. Log in to the FusionAccess portal and click System. In the navigation tree on the left, choose Initial Configuration > Desktop Components.

    The Desktop Components page is displayed.

  2. In the WI Information area, select the WI cluster to be modified and click in the Operation column.
  3. Configure the information under WI Cluster Configuration.

    • Username and Password: indicates that the username and password are used for login authentication.
    • Service access gateway: Select Disable.
    • Self-help console gateway: Select Enable and Support NAT Access and configure the IP address of the vAG VM.
    • Auto run Self-help console: Select Enable.
    • Login retry Times: The default value 4 is recommended.
    • Emergency Login: Select Auto.

  4. Click OK.
Configuring the License
Scenario

This section describes how to configure a license on the FusionAccess portal to ensure that the system can run properly after installing other components of FusionAccess.

NOTE:

When multiple ITAs are connecting to the same License server, you only need to load the license file to one of the ITAs.

Prerequisites
  • You have obtained the license files.
  • You have logged in to the FusionAccess portal.
Data

For required parameters, see specific procedures.

Procedure
  1. Log in to the FusionAccess portal and click System. In the navigation tree on the left, choose Initial Configuration > Desktop Components.

    The Desktop Components page is displayed.

  2. In the License Information area, take note of the Equipment Serial Number (ESN).
  3. Apply for a license by using the ESN.
  4. In the Operation column of the new license, click .
  5. In the Load License window displayed, select the license file and loading mode (Normal loaded).
  6. Click Load License.
Configuring Alarm Components
Scenario

This section describes how to configure IP addresses and enable the alarm function of components on FusionAccess so that components can be monitored through FusionAccess.

Prerequisites

You have logged in to FusionAccess.

Data

For required parameters, see specific procedures.

Procedure

Configuring the alarm function for AD

  1. On the FusionAccess portal, choose System > Initial Configuration > Domain/OU.
  2. In the Domain Configuration area, click in the Operation column.
  3. Set Enable status monitoring to Yes.

Configuring the alarm function for other components

  1. On the FusionAccess portal, choose System > Initial Configuration > Alarm Components.

    The Alarm Components page is displayed.

  2. Configure alarm information.

    Table 3-15 describes the alarm parameters, and Figure 3-25 provides a configuration example.

    Table 3-15 Data required for performing this operation

    Category

    Parameter

    Description

    Enable alarm

    Specifies whether to enable the alarm service.

    • Yes: enables component status monitoring by FusionAccess. FusionAccess monitors ITA, GaussDB, License, HDC, WI, vAG, and vLB in the environment. If you want to monitor DNS, DHCP, configure the service plane IP address.
    • No: disables alarm monitoring.

    DNS/DHCP

    DNS IP

    Specifies the service plane IP address of the DNS server.

    DHCP IP

    Specifies the service plane IP address of the DHCP server.

    Figure 3-25 Alarm Components

  3. After alarm information is configured, click OK.
Configuring Clock Synchronization
Scenario

This section describes how to configure system clock synchronization so that user and infrastructure VMs can synchronize time with AD.

Prerequisites

You have obtained the documents required by TCs in Documents based on the site TC usage.

Data

For required parameters, see specific procedures.

Procedure

Configuring time synchronization for virtualization platforms and third-party devices

  1. Configure FusionCompute and third-party devices to synchronize time with the CNA nodes of the VRMs.

    For details, see the related product documentation.

    Third-party devices include the following:

    • Switch
    • Server
    • Firewall

Configuring the FusionAccess time zone

  1. On the FusionAccess portal, choose System > Time Management > Time Zone.

    The Time Zone page is displayed.

  2. Configure the time zone.
  3. Determine whether to select Support DST based on site requirements and set DST rules.
  4. Click OK.
Configuring FusionAccess time synchronization
NOTE:

When using an external clock source, to reduce the risks of management platform being attacked, you are advised to enable NTP security authentication mechanism based on the requirements of the external clock source.

  1. On the FusionAccess portal, choose System > Time Management > Time Synchronization.

    The Time Synchronization page is displayed.

  2. In the Upper-layer clock source area, set Clock source IP or domain name.

    If the customer does not provide an external clock source and Huawei provides the AD, set Clock source IP or domain name to the management plane IP address of the CNA node on which the VRM is deployed.

  3. Click to configure another clock source IP address or domain name.
  4. Click OK.

Configuring TCM time synchronization

  1. Configure time synchronization between the TCM and AD. For details, see Centerm Cloud Client Manager User Manual.
Configuring DNS Forwarder (Used for Internet Access from Desktops)
Scenario

This section describes how to configure DNS forwarder on FusionAccess when user VMs need to access the Internet.

The AD service is restarted during DNS forwarder configuration. The restart may affect the quick provisioning service, import service, allocation service, and user login of VMs.

Prerequisites

You have obtained the account and password for logging in to FusionAccess.

Data

The required data is described in the procedure.

Procedure
  1. On the FusionAccess portal, choose System > Domain Controller Management > DNS Forwarder Management.

    The DNS Forwarder Configuration page is displayed.

  2. Configure the DNS forwarder information, as shown in Figure 3-26.

    Figure 3-26 DNS forwarder configuration
    NOTE:
    • Click to add a DNS forwarder IP address. A maximum of three DNS forwarder IP addresses are supported.
    • You are advised to use well-known and stable DNS servers:
      • DNS server 114.114.114.114 of China Telecom in China
      • DNS server 8.8.8.8 of Google outside China

  3. Click OK.
  4. In the dialog box that is displayed, click Confirm.
Checking Component Status
Scenarios

After installing FusionAccess components, check component status. If the status is Normal for all components, the software is installed successfully.

Prerequisites

Alarm components have been configured on the FusionAccess portal.

Data

Data preparation is not required for this operation.

Procedure
  1. On the FusionAccess portal, choose Alarm > Status Check.
  2. Check whether the component status is Normal.

    If the component status is not Normal, perform the following operations:

    • Clear the alarm as prompted.
    • Choose Alarm > System Alarm. Click Alarm Name that maps to Alarm Object and clear the alarm by taking recommended actions in the alarm help.

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