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Config RMM ATD-3100

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Hello,

we need to deploy RRM for the ATD-3100, but we couldn't find "Intel (R) RMM4 LAN configuration" we followed the method explained in this link:

Enable RMM - McAfee Advanced Threat Defense 4.10.0

Tnks.

Oussama HAMDI
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Re: Config RMM ATD-3100

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Hi OussamaHAMDI

To configure Intel® RMM for ATD Appliances:

  1. Reboot the ATD Appliance.
  2. Press F2 while the Appliance is booting to access your BIOS Settings.
  3. Select Server Management and press Enter.
  4. Navigate to BMC LAN Configuration
  5. Configure the RMM Network settings:
    1. Navigate to IP Source, press Enter, and select Static.
    2. Navigate to IP Address and type the needed IP address.
    3. Navigate to Subnet Mask and type the needed Subnet Mask.
    4. Navigate to Gateway IP and type the needed Gateway IP.
    5. Navigate to User Configuration, press Enter, and select the root account.
    6. Navigate to User Status, press Enter, and then select Enabled.
    7. Navigate to User Password and press Enter.
    8. Type a new password for the root account, press Enter, and confirm the password.
    9. Press Enter.
       
  6. Save the changes:
    Press F10 and then press Enter. 
     
  7. Log on to the RMM interface:
    1. Open a new web browser session.
    2. In the address bar, type https://<IP Address>, where <IP Address> is the IP address assigned to the RMM interface.
    3. For User, type root.
    4. For Password, type your password as configured in the BIOS settings.

NOTE: If you want to use Console Redirection in the RMM4 web interface, you must open certain ports. Make sure that you open port 5120/TCP, 5123/TCP, and 7578/TCP on your firewall between your client PC and the RMM4 network interface. Console Redirection uses the Java applet, which establishes TCP connections to the RMM4 interface over those ports.

From memory it's the only place in the BIOS you can enter an IP address.  As long as you can identify the fields listed above on the BMC page you're in the right place.  I hope this brings a little clarity

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Re: Config RMM ATD-3100

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Hi OussamaHAMDI

To configure Intel® RMM for ATD Appliances:

  1. Reboot the ATD Appliance.
  2. Press F2 while the Appliance is booting to access your BIOS Settings.
  3. Select Server Management and press Enter.
  4. Navigate to BMC LAN Configuration
  5. Configure the RMM Network settings:
    1. Navigate to IP Source, press Enter, and select Static.
    2. Navigate to IP Address and type the needed IP address.
    3. Navigate to Subnet Mask and type the needed Subnet Mask.
    4. Navigate to Gateway IP and type the needed Gateway IP.
    5. Navigate to User Configuration, press Enter, and select the root account.
    6. Navigate to User Status, press Enter, and then select Enabled.
    7. Navigate to User Password and press Enter.
    8. Type a new password for the root account, press Enter, and confirm the password.
    9. Press Enter.
       
  6. Save the changes:
    Press F10 and then press Enter. 
     
  7. Log on to the RMM interface:
    1. Open a new web browser session.
    2. In the address bar, type https://<IP Address>, where <IP Address> is the IP address assigned to the RMM interface.
    3. For User, type root.
    4. For Password, type your password as configured in the BIOS settings.

NOTE: If you want to use Console Redirection in the RMM4 web interface, you must open certain ports. Make sure that you open port 5120/TCP, 5123/TCP, and 7578/TCP on your firewall between your client PC and the RMM4 network interface. Console Redirection uses the Java applet, which establishes TCP connections to the RMM4 interface over those ports.

From memory it's the only place in the BIOS you can enter an IP address.  As long as you can identify the fields listed above on the BMC page you're in the right place.  I hope this brings a little clarity

If you find this post useful, Please give it a Kudos! l Also, Please don't forget to select "Accept as a solution" if this reply resolves your query!

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