How to upgrade Network Attack Blocker to version 2.0.0.41 (Maintenance Release 1)

 

 

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How to upgrade Network Attack Blocker to version 2.0.0.41 (Maintenance Release 1)

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2013 8月 20 Article ID: 10254
 
 
 
 

The Network Attack Blocker component is upgraded by way of upgrading secure virtual machines (with the Network Attack Blocker component installed) on VMware ESXi hosts.

The SVM Upgrade Wizard configures the settings required for SVM upgrading and applies these settings to VMWare vShield Manager.

To upgrade the Network Attack Blocker component:

  • Open the Administration Console and select an Administration server in the console tree.
  • Click the Install / Update / Delete / Change SVMs configuration link in the right frame to start the Wizard.
  • Select the Protect virtual machines against network threats option. 

Click Next to proceed.

  • At this step, select Install, upgrade and remove SVMs with the Network Attack Blocker component.

Proceed to the next step of the Wizard.

  • At this step, specify the settings of the Application Upgrade Wizard connection to VMware vCenter Server. Specify the name and password of an administrator account with privileges to create virtual machines.

Click Next to proceed.

  • At this step, specify IP address (in IPv4 format) of the computer with the Administration Server installed. This step is available if the computer's NetBIOS name or DNS name has been specified as the Administration Server connection address. This step is skipped if the IP address of the computer that hosts the Administration Server is specified as the connection address.

Proceed to the next step of the Wizard.

  • At this step, specify the VMware vShield Manager connection settings.

If the certificate received from VMware vShield Manager does not pass validation, a window with a certificate error message opens. Click Continue.

Proceed to the next step of the Wizard.

  • At this step, specify the OVF file URL for the SVM with the Network Attack Blocker component installed. The SVM image should be located on a network resource (web server) that can be accessed via HTTP. The Wizard checks if there is access to the network resource with the OVF file. If the resource is accessible, the Wizard checks the version and integrity of the image. If the check is successful, the detailed information about the selected SVM image will appear in the lower part of the window.

 If you have changed the URL of the secure virtual machine's OVF file, used for previous installation of Network Attack Blocker, in the OVF file field, then the SVMs will be upgraded on protected VMware clusters. SVMs will be installed on the selected VMware clusters where Network Attack Blocker has not been previously installed.

Click Next to proceed.

  • At this step, review the License Agreements concluded between you and Kaspersky Lab and between you and Novell®. If you accept all of their terms, select I accept the terms.

Click Next.

  • At this step, select the VMware clusters where you want to upgrade SVMs on VMware ESXi hosts.

The table columns show the details of all VMware clusters within a single VMware vCenter Server platform: VMware cluster name; path to a VMware cluster in the VMware virtual infrastructure; and the protection status of the ESXi host belonging to the VMware cluster.

To select a VMware cluster, enable the check box to the left of this VMware cluster name in the table.

If the Network Attack Blocker component is already installed on one or several VMware clusters within the selected VMware vCenter Server, check boxes are enabled to the left of the names of the protected VMware clusters in the table.

Click Next to proceed.

  • At this step, select the distributed virtual port groups for which you want to upgrade Network Attack Blocker.

Kaspersky Security will scan traffic passing through the selected distributed virtual port groups for activity typical of network attacks. The table columns show the details of all distributed virtual port groups that have been configured in VMware Distributed Virtual Switches within a single VMware vCenter Server platform: name of a distributed virtual port group; path to a distributed virtual port group in the VMware virtual infrastructure; and the protection status of a distributed port group.

To select a distributed virtual port group, enable the check box to the left of the name of this group.

Proceed to the next step of the Wizard.

  • All settings required for creating the task of upgrading secure virtual machine protection of the VMware virtual infrastructure against network attacks have been specified.

At this step, the settings for upgrading SVMs by VMware vShield Manager are displayed: details of the SVM image selected for deployment; details of VMware clusters where SVMs with a new version of Network Attack Blocker will be installed; and VMware Distributed Virtual Port Groups for which Network Attack Blocker will be enabled.

Click the Run button to finish configuring the settings required for SVM upgrading and proceed to the next step of the Wizard. The wizard will relay these settings to VMware vShield manager.

  • At the last step, you can see the information on application of settings required for upgrading of SVMs with Network Attack Blocker installed.

If the settings are successfully applied, exit the Wizard.

In case of an error while applying the settings to VMware vShield Manager, the Wizard will show the link to the Wizard log file. Exit the Wizard and start the upgrading process again.

Once the Network Attack Blocker component has been upgraded, activate the application and run the update task.

 
 
 
 
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