These instructions are for each VERDE Gateway host and each VERDE Cluster Master candidate. (Note: If 3 VERDE Gateway hosts and 2 VERDE Cluster Master candidates are being configured, 2 "authorized_keys" files will be required with each containing 3 public key lines
On all VERDE Gateway hosts, do the following:
1. Install the VERDE software via the CD/DVD created by the ISO downloaded from the VERDE resource site (Please refer to the VERDE Administrator Guide sections “VERDE Gateways” for installation requirements and preparation and section “Installing VERDE on Bare Metal”.
2. During the VERDE Server Configuration process, a request for “External Storage Type” will occur. Select “3 – Do not configure mount point”.
3. SSH into the VERDE Gateway.
4. Switch from root user to vb-verde user:
5. Delete any existing .ssh directories (in /home/vb-verde):
6. Create passphraseless key:
7. SSH to Cluster Master candidates to add the gateways
8. Exit back to root:
9. Run "/usr/lib/verde/bin/verde-config -i", set Isolate GW parameters by following the Configuration planning and Installation Guide” , Page 47.
10. VERDE Gateway is now configured.
On all VERDE Cluster Master candidates, do the following:
1. Install and configure the VERDE Cluster Master on all Cluster Master candidates via instructions in the VERDE Administrator Guide.
2. SSH into the VERDE Cluster Master.
3. Switch from root user to vb-verde user:
4. Create a new .ssh directory (/ho:
5. Create a “authorized_keys” file in the /home/vb-verde/.ssh directory on the VERDE Cluster Master.
6. For each VERDE Gateway, select the key ("cat id_rsa.pub") from within the /home/vb-verde/.ssh directory (located on the Gateway server) into your copy-paste buffer
7. Use the Linux vi editor to edit the "authorized_keys" file in the /home/vb-verde/.ssh subdirectory on the Cluster Master:
command="/usr/lib/verde/bin/verde-mc-runas vb-verde -",no-port-forwarding,no-pty
Test each VERDE Gateway Host communication with Cluster Master by doing the following:
1. SSH into the VERDE Gateway.
2. Switch from root user to vb-verde user:
3. Run the following command as user vb-verde
4. Exit code should return a value of zero. If a 127 code appears, there's an error.