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[EOL/EOE] Create a Device in NSM

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Article ID: KB4281 KB Last Updated: 18 Oct 2020Version: 5.0
Summary:
Note: A product listed in this article has either reached hardware End of Life (EOL) OR software End of Engineering (EOE).  Refer to End of Life Products & Milestones for the EOL, EOE, and End of Support (EOS) dates.
This article explains how to create a device in NSM.
Solution:

To create a device in NSM, perform the following steps:

In this example, we will be modeling an HSC, running ScreenOS 5.0.0r3, operating in the Trust-Untrust operational mode.

Connect to NetScreen Security Manager. For more information, go to Connecting to the NetScreen Security Manager.

From the NSM, expand the Device Manager menu option, and then click to select FW/VPN Devices.

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To add a new device, click +, then click to select Device.

Customize the device by specifying a device name.

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Under Device Does Not Exist - Update Completes Workflow, click Model Device.

Click Next.

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In the Device Type drop-down menu, click to select nsHSC-Trust-Untrust. Leave all other settings at the default and then click Finish.

The OS Version will automatically be populated with 5.0.

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Right-click Hardware Security Client, and then click to select Edit.

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To expand the Info menu option, click +, and then click to select Startup.

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Click Set Password.

Enter and confirm a new password.

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Click OK.

Specify any device specific parameters. To expand the Network menu option, click +, and then select Interface.

For this example, Interface, DHCP, and DNS options will be configured.

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Right click trust, and click to select Edit.

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Fill in the trust interface IP configurations.

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From the left pane, click DHCP. From the DHCP mode drop-down menu, click to select Server.

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Enter your DHCP Server settings.

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To continue configuring the DHCP settings, click the DHCP Server IP Pools tab.

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To configure DHCP Server IP Pools, click +.

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In the IP window, enter the beginning IP address of the IP Pool. From the Value drop-down menu, click to select End IP.

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In the IP window, enter the IP address at the end of the dynamic IP range. Click OK.

From the left pane, select DNS.

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Enter the appropriate DNS information, and then click OK.

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Modification History:
2020-10-18: Tagged article for EOL/EOE.
 
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