Installing a SECaaS License on Virtual NetWall FirewallsLast modified on 13 May, 2022. Revision 23
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cOS Core 12.00
How do I install a cOS Core SECaaS license on a virtual NetWall firewall?
cOS Core requires the following for the activation of a SECaaS license:
- Access to the Internet configured including a public DNS server configured.
- Access to the Clavister Service Provisioning Network (CSPN).
- Any existing non-SECaaS license must be deleted (use "license -remove" followed by "reconf").
- The administrator will also require two codes from Clavister: a SECaaS ID number and a license number.
There are two ways to install the license, either using the WebUI or CLI, see below for examples.
Using the WebUI
For cOS Core version 14.00.04 and later, the license can be installed using the WebUI by going to Status > Maintenance > License and filling in the SECaaS codes then pressing Register.
Using the CLI
The following cOS Core CLI command will download and activate a SECaaS license as well as enable automatic updates of the license:
device:/> license -secaas_add <SECAASID> <LICENSENUMBER>
Below is an example console session where a SECaaS license is activated:
SECaaS License Installation Example for Virtual Firewalls
device:/> license -secaas_add 6G721412-C07F-4F11-ADD2-DH7C8B464910 1111-2222-3333-4444 Shutdown NORMAL. Active in 30 seconds. Shutdown reason: Shutdown due to adding of SecaaS new configuration Core Shutdown in 20 seconds Core Shutdown in 15 seconds Core Shutdown in 10 seconds Beginning shutdown... Connection to 192.168.0.1 closed.
This installation procedure is also described in the relevant Getting Started Guide for virtual firewalls as well as in the cOS Core Administration Guide.
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