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Creating a Deep Security Relay (DSR) Hierarchy

    • Updated:
    • 15 Nov 2016
    • Product/Version:
    • Deep Security 10.0
    • Deep Security 9.5
    • Deep Security 9.6
    • Platform:
    • N/A N/A
Summary

To accommodate the needs of a complex Deep Security Deployment, creating a DSR Hierarchy is needed.

This article will guide you in creating a DSR Hierarchy.

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To create the Relay Hierarchy, follow the steps below:

 
It is not possible to use the "Defaul Relay Group" as the first Relay Group to build a Relay Hierarchy.
  1. Go to Administration > Updates > Relay Group, then clik New.
  2. Give the new Relay Group a new name (e.g. Primary Relay Group), and click OK.
     
    If you are using a Proxy in your environment, you may need to configure your Proxy Settings under the Proxies tab.

    Create Primary Relay Group

  3. Go to Computers, and find the computer you would like to use as your new Primary Relay Agent, if it does not exist yet.
  4. Open the connect window of this computer, then go to Overview > Actions > Software, and click on Enable Relay.

    Enable Primary Relay

     
  5. Wait for the new Relay to receive and compute the Update Process (approx. 15 Minutes).
  6. Go to Administration > Updates > Relay Goups, then open the Relay Group you created in Step 2.
  7. Find the Relay Agent you created in Step 4, select it and click OK.

    Select Primary Relay

     
  8. Go to Administration > Updates > Relay Goups, and click New.
  9. Give the new Relay Group a new Name (i.e. Secondary Relay Group), and click OK.

    Create Secondary Relay Group

     
  10. Go to the Security Update tab and select the Primary Relay Group as Update Source.

    Secondary Relay - Update Source

     
  11. Go to Computers and find the computer you would like to use as your new Secondary Relay Agent, if it does not exist yet.
  12. Open the connect window of this computer and go to Overview > Actions > Software, and click on Enable Relay.
  13. Wait for the new Relay to receive and compute the Update Process (approx. 15 Minutes).
  14. Go to Administration > Updates > Relay Goups, then open the Relay Group you created in Step 09.
  15. Find the Relay Agent you cretaed in Step 11, select it and click OK.

    Select Secondary Relay

     

After completing these steps, the Secondary Relay Group (and Relay Agent) will now receive Updates from the Primary Relay Group (and Relay Agent).

Additionally you have the choice to distribute only the Pattern, instead of distributing to the full capacity of a Deep Security Relay Agent.

You can continue to create as many Relay Groups as you wish this way.

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Solution Id:
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