Complete the following steps with administrative privileges.
1.Download the netbrain-frontservercontroller-windows-x86_64-8.0.3.zip file and save it in your local folder.
2.Extract installation files from the netbrain-frontservercontroller-windows-x86_64-8.0.3.zip file.
3.Right-click the netbrain-frontservercontroller-windows-x86_64-8.0.3.exe file, and then select Run as administrator to start the Installation Wizard.
1)On the Welcome page, click Next.
2)On the System Configuration page, review the system configuration summary and click Next.
4)On the Customer Information page, enter your company name, and then click Next.
5)On the Destination Location page, click Next to install the Front Server Controller under the default directory C:\Program Files\NetBrain\. If you want to install it under another location, click Change.
▪Front Server Controller Name — create a name for the controller to authenticate the connections established from Worker Server.
▪Port — specify the port number used for the connections from Worker Server and Front Server. By default, it is 9095.
▪Username — create a username to authenticate the connections established from Worker Server.
▪Password — create a password to authenticate the connections established from Worker Server.
7)On the Local SSL Configuration page, configure whether to enable SSL on Front Server Controller, and then click Next.
▪Enable SSL — used to encrypt the connections established from Worker Server and Front Server with SSL.
oCertificate — required only if Enable SSL is selected. Click Browse to select the certificate file containing the public key. For example, cert.pem.
oPrivate Key — required only if Enable SSL is selected. Click Browse to select the private key file. For example, key.pem.
▪Address — enter the IP address of MongoDB and the corresponding port number. By default, the port number is 27017.
▪User Name — enter the username that you created when installing MongoDB.
▪Password — enter the password that you created when installing MongoDB.
▪Replica Set Name — enter the replica set name of MongoDB. Keep the default value rs as it is.
▪Use SSL — used to encrypt the connections to MongoDB with SSL. If SSL is enabled on MongoDB, select this check box; otherwise, leave it unchecked.
▪Address — enter the IP address of RabbitMQ.
▪User Name — enter the admin username that you created when installing RabbitMQ.
▪Password — enter the admin password corresponding to the username that you created when installing RabbitMQ.
▪Port Number — enter the port number used by RabbitMQ to communicate with Web API Server, Worker Server, and Task Engine. By default, it is 5672.
▪Use SSL — used to encrypt the connections to RabbitMQ with SSL. If SSL is enabled on RabbitMQ, select it; otherwise, leave it unchecked.
▪Master Address — enter the IP address of Redis.
▪Password — enter the admin password that you created when installing Redis.
▪Use SSL — used to encrypt the connections to Redis with SSL. If SSL is enabled on Redis, select it; otherwise, leave it unchecked.
▪Redis Port — enter the port number used by Redis to communicate with Web API Server, Worker Server, and Front Server Controller. By default, it is 6379.
▪Stunnel Port — required only if Use SSL is enabled. Enter the port number of the secure stunnel used to forward all traffics on Redis. By default, it is 7000.
▪Use Sentinel — required only if you set up a Redis Cluster. Leave it unchecked.
11) (Required only if the Use SSL check box is selected when configuring the connections to MongoDB, RabbitMQ, or Redis). Configure whether to authenticate the CA of SSL certificates on these servers, and then click Next.
To authenticate CA:
a)Select the Conduct Certificate Authority verification check box.
b)If the CA has not been installed on this machine, click Browse to import the CA certificate file, for example, ca.pem; otherwise, select I have already installed the Certificate Authority on this machine.
13) On the KeyVault Administration Passphrase Settings page, enter the passphrase that you created when installing Web API Server twice and select the Enable Resetting KVAP check box to enable the KVAP resetting. Click Next.
14) Review the summary of the installation information and click Install.
4.After successfully installing the Front Server Controller, click Finish to complete the installation process and exit the Installation Wizard.
5.Open the Task Manager and navigate to the Services panel to check that the NetBrainFrontServerController service is running.
6.To install one more Front Server Controller for failover, repeat the above steps, and then go to the System Management page to group the two Front Server Controllers as active/standby nodes.