1 BaseManager & BACnet Manager VM Server Configuration Guide For Self-Hosted BaseManager & BACnet Manager Servers Deployed as Virtual Machines August 27, 2015 Customer Service i
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3 Table of Contents Introduction... 1 BaseManager... 1 BACnet Manager... 1 Downloading and Unzipping the VM Image File... 1 Installing the Virtual Machine... 2 Configuring the BaseManager and BACnet Manager Server... 2 Step 1 Log into Config... 2 Step 2 Accept the End User License Agreement... 2 Step 3 Set Up the Password for the Root (Admin) User... 3 Step 4 Configure the Device... 4 Step 5 Set Up the DNS Information... 5 Step 6 Set Up BACnet Manager... 6 Step 7 Set Up BaseManager... 8 Setting Up the BaseManager Account... 8 Adding the BACnet User in BaseManager Opening a Web Browser during the Configuration Process Accessing the System Setup Utility Baseline Support: i
5 Introduction BaseManager & BACnet Manager VM Server Configuration Guide This document covers the installation and configuration procedures for Baseline's BaseManager and/or BACnet Manager self-hosted server as a virtual machine image. The BaseManager/BACnet Manager software is distributed as a virtual machine image ready for deployment on VMware EXSi servers, revision 4.0 or later. By default, the virtual machine is pre-configured to use 4GB of memory and 120GB of disk space and requires access to at least one core CPU. To configure the server, you need the following items: VMware vsphere or equivalent virtual machine management software EXSi host with at least 4GB of available memory and 44GB of provisionable storage Static IP address (recommended) and hostname/domain name for the target network BaseManager If you are installing Baseline's BaseManager only, follow the instructions below to download and unzip the VM image file and to install the virtual machine. In the Configuring the BaseManager and BACnet Manager Server section, perform Steps 1 5, and then skip to Step 7 Set Up BaseManager. BACnet Manager If you are installing Baseline s BACnet Manager, BaseManager software is also required. BaseManager can be a cloud service or on a self-hosted server. All communication to and from the Building Management system is routed through the BaseManager software to the irrigation controller. IMPORTANT! If you are using the BaseManager cloud service with your BACnet Manager implementation, you will skip the BaseManager server setup instructions in Step 7 of this Configuration Guide. However, you still need to set up the BaseManager account and add the BACnet user in BaseManager as described in this Configuration Guide. Downloading and Unzipping the VM Image File 1. Go to the download link provided by Baseline and download the VM image file. The filename is basemanager3_standalonex.xx.zip, where x.xx represents the current version. 2. Copy the zip file to a location where you can unzip it. 3. Unzip the file. The following files are extracted: basemanager3_standalonex.xx.iso basemanager3_standalonex.xx.vmdk basemanager3_standalonex.xx.ovf basemanager3_standalonex.xx.mf 4. Copy or move these files to a location that is accessible from your vsphere client. Baseline Support:
6 Installing the Virtual Machine 1. Log in to the target host server using vsphere. 2. In the top menu bar of the vsphere interface, click File, and then click Deploy OVF Template. 3. Browse to and select the OVF file that was extracted during the unzipping process. 4. Choose an appropriate name for the virtual machine and indicate which datastore the disk image(s) will be deployed to. 5. Power on the virtual machine. 6. Click the Console tab in the vsphere client frame to access the console of the virtual machine and follow the configuration instructions in the next section. Note: You can adjust the virtual machine memory, disk, and CPU resource allocation based on total observed load. The default settings should be sufficient for a 50 controller configuration, after which, we recommend an increase of 4GB for each additional 50 controllers. Configuring the BaseManager and BACnet Manager Server After the server hardware has been powered up, the Login as prompt displays. Step 1 Log into Config 1. At the Login as prompt, type config, and then press ENTER. 2. At the Password prompt, type and then press ENTER. The Baseline Server Setup starts. 3. Press ENTER to select the Continue button. The End User License Agreement screen displays. Step 2 Accept the End User License Agreement 1. Press the key to read through the complete agreement. Note: The End User License Agreement is also available on the Baseline website: 2. Perform one of the following: a. To accept the agreement and continue, press the TAB key to move to the Accept button, and then press ENTER. The Root Password screen displays. Continue to Step 3 Set Up the Password for the Root (Admin) User. b. To decline the agreement and cancel the installation, press the TAB key to move to the Cancel button, and then press ENTER. The installation program closes. Baseline Support:
7 Step 3 Set Up the Password for the Root (Admin) User 1. In the Password field, type a secure password. Note: The password must be at least 6 characters. 2. Press the TAB key to move to the Password (confirm) field. Retype the password exactly as you typed it before. 3. Press the TAB key to move to the OK button, and then press ENTER. The server displays the following message: Congratulations. Your password has been set. Note: Use this password for the following logins: linux root user (uid=0) linux config user (this login) webmin root user Additional Note: This password update does not apply to the password you use to log into BaseManager. For more information, refer to Setting Up the BaseManager Account on page Write down your password and keep it in a secure place. 5. Press ENTER to select the Continue button. A message informs you that IP configuration is next. Press ENTER to select the Continue button again. The Network screen displays. Baseline Support:
8 Step 4 Configure the Device 1. When Device configuration is highlighted as shown in the illustration below, press ENTER. The Select A Device screen displays. 2. Press ENTER to configure the highlighted device. The Network Configuration screen displays with the cursor in the Name field. 3. Leave the default entries in the Name and Device fields. 4. Perform one of the following in the Use DHCP field: a. If your network has a DHCP server that assigns IP addresses to connected devices, leave the default entry [*] in the field. Press TAB to select the Ok button, and then press ENTER. Continue to step 5. b. If you want to assign a static IP address, press TAB to move to the Use DHCP field, and then press SPACEBAR to remove the * from the field. Press TAB to move to the additional fields, and complete those fields as you go. Press TAB to select the Ok button, and then press ENTER. Continue to step When the Select a Device screen displays again, press TAB to select the Save button, and then press ENTER. 6. When the Select Action screen displays again, continue to Step 5 Set Up the DNS Information. Baseline Support:
9 Step 5 Set Up the DNS Information 1. Press the key to select the DNS configuration option. 2. Press ENTER. The DNS configuration screen displays with the cursor in the Hostname field. 3. In the Hostname field, press the key to move to the beginning of the line. 4. Type the domain name of the BACnet/BaseManager server. Examples: bacnet.mydomain.com or basemanager.mydomain.com 5. Press TAB to move to the Primary DNS field. Type the DNS number for this server in the field. 6. Complete the Secondary DNS, Tertiary DNS, and Search fields as needed. 7. Press TAB to select the Ok button, and then press ENTER. The Select Action screen redisplays. 8. Press TAB to select the Save & Quit button, and then press ENTER. The server displays the following message: Please wait while networking is restarted so the new settings take effect. 9. When the Networking configuration is complete message displays, press ENTER to select the Continue button. Baseline Support:
10 Step 6 Set Up BACnet Manager 1. On the BACnet Manager Setup screen, press ENTER to select the Continue button. The BACnet Manager key code screen displays. IMPORTANT! If you are setting up BaseManager only, you will skip the BACnet Manager Setup. On the BACnet Manager Setup screen, press TAB to select the Skip button, and then press ENTER. Continue to the instructions in Step 7 Set Up BaseManager on page 8 of this Configuration Guide. 2. In the BACnet Manager key code field, type the key code that is printed on the BACnet Manager card that came from Baseline. 3. Press TAB to select the Ok button, and then press ENTER. The next BACnet Manager screen displays as illustrated below: 4. Leave the default entry in the Initial Point Number field. 5. Press the key to move to the Server field, and then perform one of the following: a. If you have the self-hosted BaseManager server, the name in the Server field must match the Hostname that you assigned in the DNS Configuration step. If necessary, press the Backspace key to delete any default entry, and then type the server name in the field. b. If you will be using BaseManager cloud service, leave the Server field set to p1.basemanager.net Baseline Support:
11 6. Press the key to move to the Username field. This username and the following password are for a "virtual user" that will connect to BaseManager. Type a username in the field. Be sure to write down the username so you can create the user in BaseManager. Refer to Adding the BACnet User in BaseManager on page 10. Note: If necessary, press the Backspace key to delete the default entries in the Username and Password fields. 7. Press the key to move to the Password field. Type a password in the field. Be sure to write down the password so you can create the user in BaseManager. 8. Press the key to move to the Password confirmation field. Retype the password in the field. 9. Press TAB to select the Ok button, and then press ENTER. The BACnet port screen displays as illustrated below. 10. Complete the Port fields based on your BACnet configuration. 11. Press TAB to select the Ok button, and then press ENTER. Your BACnet Manager setup is complete. 12. Press ENTER to continue to the BaseManager Setup. Baseline Support:
12 Step 7 Set Up BaseManager The system will use the settings from Baseline Server to configure BaseManager. 1. On the BaseManager Setup screen, press ENTER to select the Continue button. The BaseManager key code screen displays. IMPORTANT! If you are using the BaseManager cloud service with BACnet Manager, you will skip the BaseManager server setup. On the BaseManager key code screen, press TAB to select the Skip button, and then press ENTER. Continue to Setting up the BaseManager Account on page 8 of this Configuration Guide. 2. In the BaseManager key code field, type the key code that is printed on the BaseManager card that came from Baseline. 3. Press TAB to select the Ok button, and then press ENTER. The BaseManager configuration message displays, and then the system notifies you that the BaseManager Server Setup is complete. 4. Press ENTER to select the Continue button. The server configuration is complete. Setting Up the BaseManager Account A BaseManager account allows some users to be assigned company administrator privileges and any number of other users to be given general user privileges. When you log into BaseManager with the credentials given below, you will have company administrator privileges. All data for your BaseManager account falls under your company record. Baseline has assigned a default company name as a temporary placeholder. When you log into the BaseManager Company Admin interface, you can update this default name to your actual company name, and then create sites, and add controllers to those sites. The company admin must create users before giving those users access to specific controllers. Baseline Support:
13 1. Open a web browser from within the configuration interface (refer to the instructions on page X) or start a web browser from another desktop. Note: The following web browsers are supported (make sure you have the most current version of the browser): Google Chrome Mozilla Firefox Safari IMPORTANT! BaseManager is not compatible with Microsoft Internet Explorer. 2. In the address bar of the browser, type the domain name of the BaseManager server (if you are hosting your own BaseManager server, use the hostname that you set up in Step 5 of this Configuration Guide. If you are using the cloud service, type p1.basemanager.net), and then press ENTER. The BaseManager login screen displays. IMPORTANT! If you are using the BaseManager cloud service, Baseline Support will assign the company admin username and password. You will enter these credentials in steps 3 and 4 below. If you have not set up your BaseManager account for the cloud service, call Baseline Support at In the Username field, type admin. Note: Use all lowercase letters when you type the username. 4. In the Password field, type Baseline Support:
14 5. Click the Login button. The BaseManager home page displays. 6. To see the list of topics in the BaseManager Help, click the Menu icon in the upper-left corner of the page, and then click Help. The BaseManager Help Table of Contents displays in a new tab. 7. To access the Company Admin interface, click the Menu icon in the upper-left corner of the page, and then click Administration. 8. In the BaseManager Help, refer to the topics under Setting Up Your BaseManager Account to learn how to perform the following tasks: Update your company detail information Add sites Add controllers Update your user information Add new users IMPORTANT! If you installed BACnet Manager, be sure to complete the following procedure to add the virtual BACnet user in BaseManager. Adding the BACnet User in BaseManager If you installed BACnet Manager, perform the following procedure in BaseManager to create a "virtual user" with the username and password that you set up in BACnet Manager. This virtual user enables the two systems to share data. Note: You do not need to perform this procedure if you installed BaseManager only. 1. Go into the Company Admin interface by clicking the Menu icon in the upper-left corner of the BaseManager page, and then click Administration. Baseline Support:
15 2. In the My Company Admin menu on the left side of the page, position the cursor on My Users. In the expanded menu, click Create a Single User. Note: The fields marked with an * are required. You do not need to fill in the Real Name, Phone, or TXT Number fields for this virtual user. 3. In the Username field, type the username that you created during the BACnet Manager setup. 4. In the Password field, type the password that you created during the BACnet Manager setup. 5. In the User Access field, click the arrow at the end of field, and in the drop-down list, click Company Admin. 6. In the Address field, type the administrator s valid address. 7. In the Disable All Alerts field, choose either setting. 8. Click the arrow to display the drop-down list in the Time Zone field. In the list that displays, click the time zone where the BACnet Manager and BaseManager systems are operating. 9. In the remaining fields, it doesn t matter which option you choose for this virtual user, but make sure that one of the radio buttons is selected in each field. 10. Click Add. The All Users list displays and shows the new user. 11. When you have finished the BaseManager admin tasks, log out of the Admin interface by clicking the Logout link in the upper-right corner of the Admin page. You can also log out of BaseManager by clicking the Sign Out on the main Menu. Opening a Web Browser during the Configuration Process As a convenience, the BACnet/BaseManager server comes pre-configured with a desktop environment that enables you to access the user interface of BaseManager with Mozilla Firefox. You only need to perform the following steps when you want to access BaseManager during the configuration process. 1. At the hostname login prompt, type root, and then press ENTER. Note: In the following steps, the example hostname is centosbmw2. When you perform these steps, you will see the hostname that you set up in Step 5 of this Configuration Guide. 2. At the password prompt, type the password that you set up in Step 3 of this Configuration Guide. Baseline Support:
16 3. At the ~]# prompt, type init 5, and then press ENTER. The graphical environment opens. 4. Use the mouse to position the pointer on Other, and then click the left mouse button. The Username field displays. 5. In the Username field, type root (or another configured username), and then click Log In. A message warns you about logging in as the root super user. You can ignore this message. 6. Click Close to dismiss the warning message. Baseline Support:
17 7. To open the web browser, click Applications in the top menu bar, click Internet, and then click Firefox. 8. In the address bar of the browser, type the domain name of your BaseManager server that you set up in Step 5 of this Configuration Guide, and then press ENTER. The login screen for the BaseManager interface displays. Refer to Setting Up the BaseManager Account on page To exit the graphical environment, either press the Ctrl, Alt, and Backspace keys simultaneously, or reboot the server by pressing and holding the power button until the server turns off and then turning the server back on. Accessing the System Setup Utility You can use the System Setup Utility if you need to adjust any settings on your BACnet Manager and/or BaseManager server. In a web browser on a computer within the same network, type the following URL in the address bar, and then press ENTER. replace hostname.domainname with the domain name that you set up in Step 2 of this Configuration Guide. The System Setup Utility allows you to perform the following tasks: Adjust firewall settings Set customized network/routing rules Set the system's time zone Baseline Support:
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