Once you have got the above links checked you should be good to go with the installation and changes of install failure and getting exhausted of IP address gets reduced, resulting in successful installation. Lets now jump to installation and configuration procedures to complete DNA Center full deployment.
Step-1: Connect and power on the appliance, Attach the supplied power cord to each power supply in the appliance and then attach the power cords to a grounded AC power outlet.
Step-2: Connect a USB keyboard and VGA monitor to the server, using the supplied KVM cable connected to the KVM connector on the front panel. Alternatively, you can use the VGA and USB ports on the rear panel. You can only connect to one VGA interface at a time.
Step-3: LED lights will come up check the front and rear-panel LEDs and ensure they are functioning properly. Front and Rear panel
Configure the Appliance Steps:-
Link for Step-by-Step guidance on Appliance configuration:
Cisco DNA Center uses SHA-512 encoding of operating system user passwords (the strongest method available for UNIX-based systems). There is no user-configurable action available for Cisco DNA Center’s password encryption mechanism.
Logs and Database Management
The system logs are available to the operating system administrator user with escalated privileges (sudo access). The application logs are stored in Elasticsearch, and accessed through the web UI after authentication. The databases are protected by credentials, which are randomly generated during installation and securely passed to the applications that need database access. There is no user-configurable action available to change these settings.
Communication Protocol Payload Encryption
In clustered mode, Cisco DNA Center nodes communicate with each other through the intra-cluster network. There is no separate encryption applied to the intra-cluster traffic. There, it is important to keep the intra-cluster network isolated.
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