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

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Preparing for Installation

Preparing for Installation

System Requirements

Prepare a PC or laptop (local computer) for software installation, configuration, and commissioning. Table 3-3 shows the configuration requirements for the local computer.

Table 3-3 Requirements for the local computer

Item

Minimum Configuration

Typical Configuration

CPU

Intel or AMD x86 64-bit CPU

Intel or AMD x86 64-bit CPU

Memory

4 GB or more

8 GB or more

Disk

  • The partition for installing the operating system (OS) has more than 1 GB available space.
  • At least one partition has more than 80 GB available space.
  • The partition for installing the operating system (OS) has more than 1 GB available space.
  • At least one disk partition has more than 150 GB available space.

OS

Windows 7 32-bit

Windows 7/Windows Server 2008 64-bit

Application software

  • Browsers:
    • Internet Explorer 8.0 to Internet Explorer 11.0
    • Google Chrome 39 to Google Chrome 51
    • Firefox 32 to Firefox 45
  • JRE versions:

    JRE 1.6.0.25 or later

  • Package decompression tool
  • Browsers:
    • Internet Explorer 8.0 to Internet Explorer 11.0
    • Google Chrome 39 to Google Chrome 51
    • Firefox 32 to Firefox 45
  • JRE versions:

    JRE 1.6.0.25 or later

  • Package decompression tool

Documents

Apart from this document, you need to prepare documents in Table 3-4 for software deployment.

Table 3-4 Reference documents

Document Name

Description

How to Obtain

Document for hardware devices

Configure the hardware devices based on the related product documents.

As device models are of a great variety, obtain related device documents based on the site devices.

FusionAccess Desktop Solution V100R006C20SPC100 Version Mapping

This document describes names, versions, and download paths of packages of components in the solution.

For enterprise users, visit click here.

For telecom carrier users, visit click here.

FusionAccess Desktop Solution V100R006C20 Product Documentation

This document describes the desktop deployment and management information.

For enterprise users, visit click here.

For telecom carrier users, visit click here.

FusionAccess Desktop Solution V100R006C20SPC100 License Usage Guide

This document describes how to apply for and load the license for each component in the FusionAccess desktop solution.

For enterprise users, visit click here.

For telecom carrier users, visit click here.

FusionSphere V100R00xCxx Product Documentation (Server Virtualization,FusionCompute V100R00xCxx)

Document required for the standard desktop. Download it based on the FusionAccess Desktop Solution V100R006C20SPC100 Version Mapping.

For enterprise users, click here.

For telecom carrier users, click here.

Centerm Cloud Client Manager Installation Manual

CCCM_InstallationManual_5.6_Vx.xx.pdf

This document applies to Centerm TCs.

For enterprise users, visit click here.

For telecom carrier users, visit click here.

Download and decompress the CCCM_InstallationManual_5.6_Vx.xx.

Centerm Cloud Client Manager User Manual

CCCM_UserManual_5.x.xxx.xxx_Vx.xx.pdf

This document applies to Centerm TCs.

For enterprise users, visit click here.

For telecom carrier users, visit click here.

Download and decompress the FusionAccess TC V100R001C00SPCxxx product documentation (in the decompressed CT-TCM folder).

PackTool_UserManual

PackTool_UserManual_x.xx_Vx.xx.pdf

This document applies to Centerm TCs.

For enterprise users, visit click here.

For telecom carrier users, visit click here.

Download and decompress FusionAccess TC V100R001C00SPCxxx Product Document.

SWTMS_Server_Administrator_Guide

SWTMS_Server_Administrator_Guide _Vx.x.x.pdf

This document applies to Sunniwell TCs.

For enterprise users, visit click here.

For telecom carrier users, visit click here.

Download and decompress the FusionAccess TC V100R001C00SPCxxx product documentation (in the decompressed ZT-TCM folder).

SWTMS_Installation Instructions

SWTMS_Installation Instructions-x.x.pdf

This document applies to Sunniwell TCs.

Tools

Table 3-5 describes the tools used for software installation, configuration, and commissioning.

Table 3-5 Required tools

Tool

Description

How to Obtain

PuTTY

Cross-platform remote access tool

It is used for accessing nodes running the Windows OS during software installation.

Obtain this tool from an official website or legal channel:

https://www.putty.org/

WinSCP

Cross-platform file transfer tool

It is used for transferring files between Windows and Linux systems.

Obtain this tool from an official website or legal channel:

https://winscp.net/eng/index.php

7-Zip

Decompression software

It is used for decompressing packages and replacing files in the decompressed packages.

Obtain this tool from an official website or legal channel:

https://www.7-zip.org/

UltraISO

CD-ROM creation tool

It is used for packing files into an ISO file and copy the ISO file to a VM by mounting the CD-ROM.

Obtain this tool from an official website or legal channel:

https://www.ezbsystems.com/ultraiso/

Licenses

NOTE:

Contact the technical support engineer (hongbo.zhan@mythware.com) for the Mythware license.

Software Packages

Before software installation, download all software packages listed in Table 3-6 to the same folder on the local PC.

NOTE:

The software versions vary with the products you use. Obtain the software of the correct version based on the FusionAccess Desktop Solution V100R006C20SPC100 Version Mapping.

Table 3-6 Required software packages

Software Package

Description

How to Obtain

FusionAccess_Linux_Installer_V100R006C20SPC100.iso

Linux OS installation software

For enterprise users, visit click here.

For telecom carrier users, visit click here.

FusionAccess_Windows_Installer_V100R006C20SPC102.iso

Windows template tool

For enterprise users, visit click here.

For telecom carrier users, visit click here.

NOTE:

If patch versions have been released, select the latest patch version and download the latest software package.

FusionAccess_Plugin_V100R006C20SPC102.zip

Plugin package

For enterprise users, visit click here.

For telecom carrier users, visit click here.

NOTE:

If patch versions have been released, select the latest patch version and download the latest software package.

User desktop OSs and patches

This package is used to create an image for the desktop OS. Prepare the OS installation package based on the requirement type of the user desktop.

Self-provided.

Application programs

Prepare the application software based on your own requirements (such as office and real-time communication software).

Self-provided.

Peripheral drivers

Prepare the peripheral drivers based on your own requirements.

Self-provided.

AccessClient_Win.msi

Desktop client

For enterprise users, visit click here.

For telecom carrier users, visit click here.

Download and decompress Client_for_windows_v1.6.xxxx.zip.

PackToolSetup

This patch creation software is required when Linux TCs are used.

For enterprise users, visit click here.

For telecom carrier users, visit click here.

Download and decompress the package PackTool_Version_Vx.xx-xxxx.zip.

Mythware multimedia teaching software

Teacher side and student side

Click here

Download:

  • Teacher_X.X.XXXX.exe
  • Student_X.X.XXXX.exe

CCCM–Linux_5.6.xxx.xxx.xxxxx.rpm

Management server installation program (CCCM)

This package applies to Centerm TCs.

For enterprise users, visit click here.

For telecom carrier users, visit click here.

Download and decompress CCCM_Version_5.6.xxx.xxx(Required).zip.

Select version and patch. Download and decompress CT-TCM_5.6.xxx.xxx.zip (decompress CCCM-Linux_5.6.xxx.xxx.xxx_xxx(Release).zip in the decompressed CCCM_Version_5.6.xxx.xxx(Required).zip)

XEN_Centosx.x_SWTMS_x.x.ovf

SWTMS Image

This package applies to Centerm TCs.

For enterprise users, visit click here.

For telecom carrier users, visit click here.

Select version and patch. Download and decompress ZT_TCM_x.x.x.zip (decompress SWTMS_ONXEN_x.x.x.zip in the decompressed SWTMS_Version_x.x.x(Required) folder)

XEN_Centosx.x_SWTMS_x.x-vda.vhd

Data

Network Plan

It is advisable to set the same network segment for management and services. You can allocate IP addresses to VMs and TCs using the DHCP function of the switch. You need to allocate fixed IP addresses to TCs of teachers.

  • For a single classroom, the VMs of students and teachers must be set in the same subnet, and so are their TCs.
  • TCs of teachers must be connected to GE ports on the switch.
  • The following serves as an example only. Modify the network segment as required.
Network Resource Data

Configure the data for network resources according to Table 3-7.

Table 3-7 Data for network resources

Name

Description

Example

DVS

Create the DVS that connects to the service plane.

ServiceDVS

VLAN pool

Create a service plane VLAN pool to provide network resources for the infrastructure VM service plane.

VLAN ID range: 181 to 189

Port group

Infrastructure VMs that connect to the same port group belong to the same network and can communicate with each other. This port group is created for the VM service plane.

NOTE:

Determine the number of port groups based on the actual situation.

  • Name: VDIPort
  • VLAN ID: 181

Service plane gateway and subnet mask

The service plane gateway and subnet mask of the infrastructure VM are used to configure a VLANIF interface for the VLAN ID used by the infrastructure VM service plane.

  • Gateway: 192.168.181.1.
  • Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
VM IP Addresses and Names

Create and configure the names and IP addresses of infrastructure VMs according to Table 3-8.

Table 3-8 Creating and configuring infrastructure VMs

Name

Description

Example

IP address

Components are deployed on the same VM.

TCM is deployed independently.

  • LiteAD/ITA/GaussDB/HDC/WI/License/vAG/vLB service IP address: 192.168.181.66
  • TCM service IP address: 192.168.181.64

Subnet mask

Specifies the subnet mask of the infrastructure VM IP address.

Service plane: 255.255.255.0

Gateway

Specifies the gateway IP address of the infrastructure VM service plane.

Service plane: 192.168.181.1

VM name

Specifies the name of an infrastructure VM.

VM names are user-defined. The following names are recommended:

  • For LiteAD/ITA/GaussDB/HDC/WI/License/vAG/vLB: FA-ITADBHDCWILI
  • For TCM: FA-TCM
OS Accounts
Table 3-9 OS accounts

Account

Description

Username and Password

root

System administrator of a Linux OS VM. This account has the highest rights for the VM OS.

Username: root

Password: user-defined

gandalf

Local common account of the Linux server

  • Used for logging in to the Linux server over Secure Shell (SSH).
  • Used for starting or stopping the Linux infrastructure server.

Username: gandalf

Default password: Cloud12#$

GaussDB account

Login account created when installing GaussDB

Username: gaussdba

Default password: Cloud12#$

Communication Ports

For details about ports (TCP and UDP ports used by the cloud desktop) to be enabled on the firewall, see the communication matrix, which can be obtained from:
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