Preparing the INI File for Deployment

You will now learn how the Ini file is used to deploy and configure a UAG using Powershell and how to edit the contents of the Ini file for your UAG deployments.

1. Configuring the General deployment settings

An Initialization (INI) file containing all the configuration settings is required to deploy the Unified Access Gateway Appliance.

In this lab you will use the uag-2NIC.ini file and fill out the respective parameters for your deployment.

You will be deploying a new Unified Access Gateway appliance called UAG-2NIC that has two NICs. NIC1 will be set to the internet facing network and NIC2 for the backend and management networks.

1.1. Open the UAG-2NIC.ini File for Editing

  1. Click the File Explorer icon from the task bar.
  2. Click Documents.
  3. Click HOL.
  4. Click Unified Access Gateway.
  5. Right-click the uag-2NIC.ini file.
  6. Click Edit with Notepad++.

1.2. Configure General Settings (1/2)

General Settings 1/2

On the General section provide the following settings on the INI file:

  1. Enter UAG-2NIC for the name field.
  2. Enter C:\Users\Administrator\Documents\HOL\Unified Access Gateway\euc-unified-access-gateway-3.3.0.0-8539135_OVF10.ova for the source field.
  3. Enter vi://[email protected]:[email protected]/RegionA01/host/RegionA01-COMP01 for the target field.
    NOTE: You can replace VMware1! with PASSWORD and the script will prompt for the password during the PowerShell execution
  4. Enter thin for the diskmode field.
  5. Enter RegionA01-ISCSI01-COMP01 for the ds field (ds referring to Data Store).
  6. Enter twonic for the deploymentOption field.

 

1.3. Configure General Settings (2/2)

General Settings 2/2

Continuing the General section configuration, set the following values for the parameters on the INI file:

  1. Enter STATICV4 for the ipMode field.
  2. Enter 192.168.110.1 for the defaultGateway field.
  3. Enter 192.168.110.10/32 192.168.120.1 for the routes1 field.
  4. Enter 192.168.110.10 for the dns field.
  5. Enter 192.168.110.160 for the ip0 field.
    NOTE: ip0 will be the Internet facing NIC.
  6. Enter 192.168.120.160 for the ip1 field.
    NOTE: ip1 will be the Management and Backend facing NIC.
  7. Enter 255.255.255.0 for the netmask0 and netmask1 fields.
  8. Enter VM-DMZ-RegionA01-vDS-COMP for the netInternet field.
  9. Enter VM-Internal-RegionA01-vDS-COMP for the netManagementNetwork and netBackendNetwork fields.

1.4. Configuring TLS/SSL Certificates for Unified Access Gateway Appliance

Select Name and Location

The SSLCert and SSLCertAdmin contain the information regarding the SSL Certificated for the Admin and Internet interfaces

  1. Enter C:\Users\Administrator\Documents\HOL\Unified Access Gateway\wildcard_corp_local.pfx for the pfxCerts field under SSLCert.
    NOTE: This certificate is for the Internet interface.
  2. Enter C:\Users\Administrator\Documents\HOL\Unified Access Gateway\wildcard_corp_local.pfx for the pfxCerts field under SSLCertAdmin.
    NOTE: This certificate is for the Admin and Backend interface.

The certificate password will be requested during the deployment.

1.5. Save the configuration file

Click the icon from the Tool Bar to save uag-2NIC.ini file

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