Total EDnet Appliance version 5
Quick link to TEA5 Install Page
Quick link to TEA5 Install CDROM ISO File
Some help and instructions on using your TEA5 Box.
This distribution was created to allow EDnet sites a means of
providing private address space, web caching with URL filtering, and
Using a remote push install, a small computer can be remotely
installed with a complete TEA5 solution and plugged in at a site
any knowledge of the underlying computer environement.
The process involves booting the remote computer with a
and then filling out an HTML form to define what will be installed.
this install unique to this computer will be loaded over the network
be completely prepared for deployment.
- Distribution is now based on CentOS 6.
- dhcpd.conf is now in /etc/dhcp
- webmin interface updated.
- lighttpd web server replaced by Apache web server
- Added ntop for network traffic analysis
- Added LightSquid for Squid traffic analysis
- Added dnsmasq for DNS proxy. DHCP server now points client DNS to eth1 IP of TEA box
Minimum Hardware Requirements for server
Although it is all negotiable.
- Pentium CPU
- 256 megs of RAM
- 10 G hard drive (sites with high internet useage and who use squid may require a larger drive.)
- ISA IDE adapters do not currently work at this time.
- 2 nics. Known working:
- NE2000 Compatible
- Dlink 530/530+(Rev. A,B,C)/538
- Intel EtherexpressPro 100B
- Intel E1000
- 3com 3c509/3c579 and 3c590/3c900 series (592/595/597)"Vortex/Boomerang"
- SMC 8412, 8416, and 1255TX.
- Many others
All pieces of this solution were available via GPL or similar use
and the remaining effort to make this available is to be considered
also under the GPL.
Install Procedure - Sample
- IBM Compatible
Computer running Linux or Microsoft Windows
- 5 Meg of free hard
- CD/DVD Burner.
- tea501a.iso for CDROM install
downloaded from this page.
CD-ROM install instructions
- Download tea501a.iso
- Burn the ISO image to a blank CD/DVD
- Boot the new TEA5 box with the CD/DVD
- Enter the Live IP address (this is the IP you will use while setting up the machine,
not necessarily the IP it will have after installation), subnet mask, and default gateway when promted during the boot phase
if you do not choose to obtain an IP via DHCP.
Once booting is complete and machine can be pinged at asigned IP,
go to TEA5 Install Page ,fill out the
form and submit. Take note the nic that was pingable, as it
will be refered to as ETH0, and the second nic as ETH1. During boot it
is possible to confirm that the 2 NICS, etc are all recognized.
- Note: If you plan on doing many TEA installs from one location a custom set of boot disks or
an ISO image with a hard coded IP address can be requested.
Credits - Participants
Excluding all those people that make the separate components available,
local efforts were made by:
- Patrick Boutilier
- James MacLean