To change the settings for connecting the Integration Server to the virtual infrastructure:
For a virtual infrastructure based on the ALT Virtualization Server platform, KVM is displayed as the type of virtual infrastructure object that the Integration Server connects to.
The Changing virtual infrastructure connection settings window opens.
The Address field displays the IP address in IPv4 format or the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the virtual infrastructure object, to which the Integration Server is connected for interaction with protected virtual infrastructure. The Address field cannot be changed.
You can change the following settings for connection of the Integration Server to the virtual infrastructure:
The Protocol field is displayed if you configure connection to the virtual infrastructure managed by the TIONIX Cloud Platform or to the virtual infrastructure managed by the OpenStack platform.
The OpenStack domain field is displayed if you configure connection to the virtual infrastructure managed by the TIONIX Cloud Platform or to the virtual infrastructure managed by the OpenStack platform.
To enable Kaspersky Security to use VMware NSX Manager, at the bottom of the Changing virtual infrastructure connection settings window, do the following:
If VMware NSX-T Manager is clustered in your virtual infrastructure, specify the virtual IP address of the cluster. First assign a virtual IP address and certificate to the cluster (for more information on configuring the VMware NSX-T Manager cluster, refer to VMware documentation).
To change the connection settings of the Integration Server to VMware NSX Manager, at the bottom of the Changing virtual infrastructure connection settings window, specify the VMware NSX Manager type and the new account name and password.
If you change the account password for connecting to VMware NSX-T Manager, the Integration Server can connect to VMware NSX Manager no earlier than 15 minutes after saving the new connection settings.
To disable the use of VMware NSX Manager by Kaspersky Security, clear the Use VMware NSX Manager check box.
The Integration Server performs the following actions:
Authenticity is not verified for a Microsoft Windows Server (Hyper-V) hypervisor.
Authenticity verification for TIONIX Cloud Platform and OpenStack platform microservices is performed only when you use HTTPS protocol for connecting the Integration Server to a virtual infrastructure.
To verify authenticity, the Integration Server receives an SSL certificate or fingerprint of the public key from each virtual infrastructure object.
If a certificate received from a virtual infrastructure object is not trusted for the Integration Server or does not match a previously installed certificate, an error message is displayed in the list of virtual infrastructure objects to which the Integration Server connects.
If the certificate received from VMware NSX Manager is not trusted for the Integration Server or does not match the previously installed certificate, the Certificate verification window opens with the appropriate message. Click the link in this window to view the details of the received certificate. If you do not consider this certificate to be authentic, click the Cancel button to disconnect, and replace the certificate with a new one.
If the certificate complies with the security policy of your organization, you can confirm the authenticity of the certificate and continue connecting to VMware NSX Manager. To do so, click the Consider certificate to be authentic button in the Certificate verification window. The received certificate will be installed as a trusted certificate on the device where the Kaspersky Security Center Administration Console is installed.