Use these instructions to bootstrap the VM-Series firewall on a KVM server.
Bootstrap the VM-Series Firewall in KVM
Create an ISO image. Prepare the Bootstrap Package. Create an ISO image. The tool you use to create the image varies based on your client operating system. Upload the ISO image to a location accessible to the KVM host.
Deploy the firewall. Install the VM-Series Firewall on KVM. By default, the firewall is deployed with two network interfaces— one for management traffic and one data traffic. Make sure that the first ethernet interface on the firewall, which is its management interface, is connected to the virtual switch port-group assigned for device management. Do not power on the firewall.
Attach the bootstrap image to the firewall. In virt-manager, double-click on the VM-Series firewall to open the console. View the VM hardware details by navigating to View > Details. Open the Add New Virtual Hardware menu by clicking Add Hardware. Change the device type to IDE CDROM. Click the Select managed or other existing storage radio button and click Browse. Locate the ISO image you created and click Choose Volume. Click Finish to exit the Add New Virtual Hardware menu. Power on the firewall by navigating to Virtual Machine > Run. The firewall will begin with the bootstrapping process, which will take several minutes. The status messages on the success or failure of the process will display on the console. Verify Bootstrap Completion.

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