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Connecting a Linux device to the Administration Server via a connection gateway

February 26, 2024

ID 203997

A connection gateway allows you to connect client devices from the demilitarized zone (DMZ) to Administration Server. Windows-based and Linux-based devices can act as a connection gateway. After you have connected and configured the connection gateway, you can use this gateway to connect a Linux device to the Administration Server. Follow the procedure below only after you have completed the main installation scenario.

To connect a Linux device to the Administration Server via a connection gateway, perform the following actions on this device:

  1. Download and install Network Agent on the Linux device.
  2. Run the Network Agent post-install script by executing the following command in the command prompt:

    $ sudo /opt/kaspersky/klnagent64/lib/bin/setup/postinstall.pl

  3. On the step asking for the Network Agent mode, choose the Connect to server using connection gateway option and enter the address of connection gateway.
  4. Check the connection with Kaspersky Security Center and the connection gateway, by using the following command in the command prompt:

    $ sudo /opt/kaspersky/klnagent64/bin/klnagchk

    The address of connection gateway is displayed in the output.

Connecting a Linux device to the Administration Server via a connection gateway is completed. You can use this device to update distribution, for remote installation of applications, and to retrieve information about networked devices.

See also:

Scenario: Connecting out-of-office devices through a connection gateway

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