Vinteo Server Installation Manual
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This document is an installation manual for the VINTEO VCS Server software. This manual may not reflect some modifications of the software. If you notice or suspect any errors or misprints in the manual, please notify VINTEO. This manual may only be used to support the functionality of products installed under contract with VINTEO. The manual may be transferred on the basis of a contract under which the products are (have been or will be) installed, or the explicit consent of VINTEO. to the use of this manual. If you should happen to receive this manual in any other way, please notify VINTEO by the address below. All examples contained in the manual (including sample reports and screen forms) have been compiled on the basis of the test database of VINTEO. Any coincidence of names, company names and other information with real data is random. All trademarks and registered trademarks used are the property of their respective owners and are used solely to identify the software or companies. All property rights remain with VINTEO in accordance with the applicable law.
Computer requirements for the preparation of the installation flash disk
- Processor with a clock frequency of 1 GHz; - 512 MB RAM - Colour monitor with screen resolution 800x600 - Keyboard; - Mouse manipulator.
Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8.1, 10
VINTEO VCS SERVER image
Rufus software doesn't require installation, but in Windows 7 and higher it's required to be run as administrator.
Make sure that "Partition scheme", "Target system" and "File system" are set to "MBR", "BIOS(or UEFI-CSM)" and "FAT32" respectively. The other menu items do not need to be changed.
Step 5: Confirming the deletion of all data on the USB flash
Step 6. Finish preparing a bootable USB-Flash After a successful write, Rufus will notify you with a green bar saying "Ready" at the bottom of the program window. You can close the program and remove the USB-Flash card.
Preparing the Hardware Platform for Startup
Once the flash drive has been prepared you need to insert it into one of the USB ports on the hardware platform and select it as a boot port.
Warning: The port you are using must support USB 2.0, installation from a 3.0 port may not work correctly.
The boot device (disk) is selected through the BIOS of your hardware platform or by pressing F8 or F12 (depending on the manufacturer) at the beginning of the boot process.
Boot the target system and perform the initial boot from the USB-Flash installation device.
Warning: When selecting the type of bootable drive (device) do not use UEFI option.
After the installer has successfully booted, a welcome screen will appear with hardware platform requirements and information about the default settings for your network card. Click "Next".
Accepting the license agreement
You are required to accept the license agreement. Press TAB before selecting the button, thus one of the buttons becomes active. Press "Accept license agreement".
Select the disc you wish to install.
The system prompts you to select the disc on which to install.
You will be warned that the data will be overwritten.
Next you are asked to accept that all data on the specified disk will be deleted and overwritten. Click "Yes".
Process of data copying. After you select a disc and accept the installation, the installer will copy the data from the image to the local hard disc. The progress of the copy will be shown on the screen.
Finish copying the data.
After successful installation, a window will appear with information about the default settings for the network interfaces. Once read, remove the bootable USB-Flash from the USB port and press "Restart". The system will restart.
Initialization of the "Vinteo" server starts.
This is how the system window looks like after restarting from HDD/SSD.
Wait until installation and initialization of the system is completed.
Warning. During this process the server will automatically restart twice.
The default state of the system screen in its working state is a command line like this:
This is a normal state of correctly working VINTEO. There is no GUI (graphical interface) in "Vinteo". Here you can make initial configuration settings of the network interfaces for later access to the settings via the Web-interface. The video conferencing server is controlled through the Web-interface.
The list of available commands is displayed by "help" command.
By default, the Vinteo has an IP address of 10.0.0.10 with a mask of 255.255.255.0 on the network interface. To change the ip address, use the command - "st defult intrfce", after entering which a dialog will appear:
#intname > (enter name - "eth0", press Enter) #ipaddr > (enter desired address, press Enter) #mask > (enter the mask in the format "ХХХ.ХХХ.ХХ.ХХХ" and press Enter) #gw > (enter the ip address of the gateway, press Enter)
A screen will display a summary of the eth0 interface configuration and the current routing table.
Attention: IP address set in this way is not saved after server restart. It is mandatory to log in to the web management interface and configure the interface System -> Settings -> Network Interface Settings.
Initial login to the Web-based server management interface.
By default the system has a self-signed certificate installed, so when you connect via https to the server address (default or the one assigned in the console) the browser will display a security warning. Use your browser to connect to 10.0.0.10 or the one assigned in the console.
As there is no up-to-date ssl certificate loaded into the system, you should accept it by clicking on "Advanced" and "Go to 10.0.0.10(not secure)" in the Google Chrome browser, for example.
The default administrator credentials
Next you will see the Vinteo login interface.
The default login login is admin, the password is 123
The installation was successful.
Instructions to change the admin password.