b SettingsEnter a registration key and password and IP address for the managing

B settingsenter a registration key and password and

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b. Settings—Enter a registration key and password and IP address for the managing Firepower Management Center; also choose the firewall mode, Firepower eventing interface (if configured), and DNS information. Note: The registration key is a user-generated one-time use key that must not exceed 37 characters. Valid characters include alphanumerical characters (A–Z, a–z, 0–9) and the hyphen (-). You will need to remember this registration key when you add the device to the Firepower Management Center. c. Interface Information—Enter the management settings for this logical device. Note: A security module requires its own IP address, which the Firepower Management Center uses when registering the device. This IP is mandatory to add the module to the Firepower Management Center. d. Agreement—Read and accept the end user license agreement (EULA). 11. Click OK to close the configuration dialog box. 12. Click Save . The Firepower 4100 supervisor deploys the logical device by downloading the specified software version and pushing the bootstrap configuration and management interface settings to the security module. 3. Register with the Firepower Management Center Before You Begin For the Firepower Threat Defense security module that you plan to register, verify the settings from the Firepower Chassis Manager. Firepower Threat Defense running on the Firepower 4100 requires Smart Software Licensing, configurable from the Firepower Management Center. Procedure 1. Log into the Firepower Management Center using an HTTPS connection in a browser, using the hostname or address of the configured Firepower Management Center. For example, . 2. On the web interface for the Management Center, select Devices > Device Management .
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7 Cisco Firepower Threat Defense for Firepower 4100 Quick Start Guide 3. From the Add drop-down menu, select Add Device . 4. In the Host field, type the IP address of the Firepower Threat Defense device you want to add. 5. In the Display Name field, type a name for the Firepower Threat Defense device as you want it to display in the Management Center. 6. In the Registration Key field, type the same registration key that you used when you configured the Firepower Threat Defense device in the Firepower Chassis Manager. 7. If you are adding a device in a multidomain environment, assign the device to a leaf domain by selecting a value from the Domain drop-down list. 8. From the Access Control Policy drop-down list, select an initial policy to deploy to the security module: The Default Access Control policy blocks all traffic from entering your network. The Default Intrusion Prevention policy allows all traffic that is also passed by the Balanced Security and Connectivity intrusion policy. The Default Network Discovery policy allows all traffic, which is inspected by network discovery only.
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