Connect your Microsoft Hyper-V applications with Zero Trust Secure Access Private Access and prevent unauthorized intrusions.
Private Access Connectors connect your internal applications with Zero Trust Secure Access Private Access, which allows you to control access to sensitive corporate resources. To ensure high availability (HA) and facilitate load-balancing on high traffic apps, install and group together at least 2 connectors in each environment. Before attempting to deploy the Private Access Connector, ensure that your environment meets the minimum system requirements.
Click Add Private Access Connector Group.
Provide a unique name and description for the group.
Click Save and Continue.
User name: admin
The new password cannot be the same as the default password.
The admin user and privileged mode share the same password.
The command prompt changes from > to #.
The default IP assignment method is DHCP. If your company does not use a DHCP server, use the Private Access Connector CLI commands to configure your network settings manually.
You can use the assigned IP address to sign into the virtual appliance via SSH.
The default time zone is America/Los_Angeles.
To check current NTP server settings, type the show ntp server command.
Type the show ntp status command to check that the virtual appliance can connect to the NTP server.
To change the NTP server, type the configure ntp server <address> command.
The Private Access Connector requires a connection with an NTP server to synchronize the system clock. The default setting is the public NTP server 0.pool.ntp.org.
To allow access to public NTP servers, verify that your firewall is configured to allow outbound UDP traffic on port 123.
After configuring the NTP, it may take several minutes for the virtual appliance to connect and synchronize with the NTP server. While the virtual appliance is synchronizing, checking the NTP status may return an incorrect or unsuccessful status.
If your environment uses a local NTP server, verify that the NTP server synchronizes with the local time to ensure successful registration.
Trend Micro recommends using an SSH client to perform registration, as you can easily copy and paste the registration token.
After successful deployment, the Private Access Connector virtual appliance appears under the corresponding connector group on the Private Access Connectors tab on the Trend Vision One console.