Show Table of Contents Hide Table of Contents English 日本語 English Multi-page HTML Single-page HTML PDF ePub Installing Satellite Server from a Disconnected Network1. Preparing your environment for installation1.1. System Requirements1.2. Storage Requirements and Guidelines1.2.1. Storage Requirements1.2.2. Storage Guidelines1.3. Supported Operating Systems1.4. Supported Browsers1.5. Ports and Firewalls Requirements1.6. Enabling Connections from a Client to Satellite Server1.7. Verifying Firewall Settings1.8. Verifying DNS resolution1.9. Changing Default SELinux ports2. Installing Satellite Server2.1. Downloading and Installing from a Disconnected Network2.1.1. Downloading the Binary DVD Images2.1.2. Configuring the Base System with Offline Repositories2.1.3. Installing from the Offline Repositories2.1.4. Downloading and Installing Packages Manually2.2. Performing the Initial Configuration2.2.1. Enabling the Disconnected Mode2.2.2. Synchronizing Time2.2.3. Installing the SOS Package on the Host Operating System2.2.4. Specifying Installation Options2.2.5. Creating a Subscription Allocation in Customer Portal2.2.6. Adding Subscriptions to an Allocation2.2.7. Exporting a Subscription Manifest from the Customer Portal2.2.8. Importing a Subscription Manifest into the Satellite Server3. Performing Additional Configuration on Satellite Server3.1. Installing the Satellite Tools Repository3.2. Enabling Power Management on Managed Hosts3.3. Configuring DNS, DHCP, and TFTP on Satellite Server3.4. Disabling DNS, DHCP, and TFTP for Unmanaged Networks3.5. Configuring Satellite Server for Outgoing Emails3.6. Configuring Satellite Server with a Custom Server Certificate3.6.1. Obtain an SSL Certificate for Satellite Server3.6.2. Validate the Satellite Server’s SSL Certificate3.6.3. Run the Satellite Installer with Custom Certificate Parameters3.6.4. Install the New Certificate on all Hosts Connected to the Satellite Server3.7. Using External Databases with Satellite3.7.1. MongoDB as an External Database Considerations3.7.2. PostgreSQL as an External Database Considerations3.7.3. Overview3.7.4. Installing MongoDB3.7.5. Installing PostgreSQL3.8. Restricting Access to mongod4. Configuring External Services4.1. Configuring Satellite with External DNS4.2. Verifying and Starting the DNS Service4.3. Configuring Satellite Server with External DHCP4.4. Configuring Satellite Server with External TFTP4.4.1. Configuring the Firewall for External Access to TFTP4.5. Configuring Satellite or Capsule with External IdM DNS4.5.1. Configuring Dynamic DNS Update with GSS-TSIG Authentication4.5.2. Configuring Dynamic DNS Update with TSIG Authentication4.5.3. Reverting to Internal DNS Service5. Uninstalling Satellite ServerA. Applying Custom Configuration to Red Hat SatelliteA.1. How to Restore Manual Changes Overwritten by a Puppet RunLegal Notice Installing Satellite Server from a Disconnected Network Red Hat Satellite 6.4Installing Red Hat Satellite Server from a Disconnected NetworkRed Hat Satellite Documentation Teamsatelliteemail@example.comLegal NoticeAbstract This guide describes how to install Red Hat Satellite from a disconnected network, perform initial configuration, and configure external services. 1. Preparing your environment for installation Where did the comment section go?Red Hat's documentation publication system recently went through an upgrade to enable speedier, more mobile-friendly content. We decided to re-evaluate our commenting platform to ensure that it meets your expectations and serves as an optimal feedback mechanism. During this redesign, we invite your input on providing feedback on Red Hat documentation via the discussion platform.