TMWS supports the following environments for the on-premises gateway: VMware ESXi 6.7 and later.
Before you begin installing the gateway, make sure your device meets the minimum system requirements:
CPU: 12 cores, 2 threads
RAM: 16 GB
Disk size: 150 GB (for installation)
The steps outlined below detail how to install the TMWS on-premises gateway on a Virtual Machine (VM) of an ESXi server with version 6.7.
The New Virtual Machine screen appears.
If CentOS 7 (64-bit) is not available, select CentOS 4/5 or Later (64-bit).
Specify New hard disk to no less than 150 GB.
Set New CD/DVD Drive to Datastore ISO File.
Select Connect At Power On.
Click BROWSE... and select the uploaded ISO file in CD/DVD Media.
Configure the other options as necessary.
The TMWS on-premises gateway installation wizard appears.
The system will reboot automatically.
The password must contain at least 8 characters, including uppercase characters, lowercase characters, numbers, and special characters.
You will also use this password to log on to the on-premises gateway web console.
configure network basic
Host name: The host name of the VM
Data interface: The NIC used by the on-premises gateway to transmit data
The default value is eth0. You can change the data interface on the on-premises gateway web console after the installation is completed.
method: Whether to use static or dynamic IP address assignment
Continue to configure the following based on the method you select.
static: IPv4 address, IPv4 subnet mask, IPv4 gateway, preferred DNS, and alternate DNS (optional)
dhcp: Preferred DNS and alternate DNS (optional)
The on-premises gateway installation is completed.
You can log in to the machine to change the root user password or other settings through the command console with the following information:
Password: The password you configured when you first logged in.
You can log on to the on-premises gateway web console with the following information:
Logon URL: https://<your-on-premises-gateway-IP-address-or-FQDN>
Password: The same password as that for the root user