Install the two included rails in a rack and mount the appliance in the rack.
Connect each power cord to a power outlet and then to a power supply on the appliance.
Plug an Ethernet Cable into the iDRAC port on the back of the server on the left. Then connect the other end to a LAN switch on your network. Enable the iDRAC using either the front panel display or an attached monitor and keyboard.
Plug an Ethernet cable into the management port and connect the other end to the network.
For an appliance to operate in Inline Block or Inline Monitor mode, connect the WAN port to the server that hosts the firewall. For Tap mode, you can connect this port to a Tap/Span port on a switch or router. You may optionally connect the WAN2 port. In Tap mode, you can use either port for monitoring traffic.
Connect the LAN port to the corporate LAN for Inline Block or Inline Monitor mode. Connect it to a Tap/Span port on a switch or router for Tap mode. You may optionally connect the LAN2 port.
If the appliance is deployed in Inline Block or Inline Monitor mode, bypass mode starts operating.
Open a browser from a computer that is on the same network as the appliance and enter https://<iDRAC management port static IP address>. The iDRAC default logon is root; the password is calvin. From the iDRAC management utility, open a console to the appliance. Log on with the user name admin and the password symantec to start the bootstrap process. After you complete and accept the bootstrap configuration, the system restarts.