I have an issue with a McAfee ePO 4.6 deployment and i can't find a suitable solution.
My problem is that i have a subnetwork (of a subsidiary that has been recently integrated) on another IP Range, which is not fully NATed.
So i have the following configuration (let's be very schematic here) :
- an ePO server in a location (datacenter). Let's say IP = 192.168.0.1.
- a server that is on the problematic subnetwork. Let's say his NATed ip = 192.168.100.1
- on the subnetwork, the real ip = 10.0.100.1
- the subnetwork where there is the workstations, let's say the workstations' network is : 10.0.0.0/24, (workstations have a dynamic IP > ex: wks1 = 10.0.0.1, 10.0.0.2, etc.)
here's an overview of the configuration :
ePO ---------------- (192.168.100.1) NATed server (10.0.100.1)
(192.168.0.1) / | \
(10.0.0.1) wks1___/ | \____ 10.0.0.2 (wks2)
The distant subnetwork is over WAN, so at first, i didn't want to use Agent Handler.
Also, i've seen topic where Wakup Agent call is possible, if the NATed server is a SuperAgent, which is totally possible and what i wanted to do.
But my problem is for Agent management & Agent deloyment.
My question is :
How can i deploy agents if workstations are dynamic & not NATed ?
From my understanding, the first deployment needs a direct connection to the ePO server.
Nevertheless, is there a way to go through the SuperAgent ? Or is the only solution i have to go through the installation of a Agent Handler on the NATed server ?
What would you do, guys ?
Ce message a été modifié par: olivierafaij on 29/01/13 14:57:36 CST