Configure NNM for use with Industrial Security

Industrial Security is end-of-life (EOL). For information about EOL dates and policies for Tenable products, see the Tenable Software Release Lifecycle Matrix and Policy.

Note: To use NNM with Industrial Security, disable the discovery mode option. For more information, see NNM Settings Section.

  1. Install Industrial Security using the following command:

    $ rpm -ivh /root/is-1.0.0.rpm

  2. In your browser, navigate to either of the following URLs and follow the prompts:
    • https://localhost:8837
  3. Log in to Industrial Security with the default credentials (admin/admin)

  4. In the Quick Setup dialog, change your password.

  5. Click Next Step.
  6. Register your copy of Industrial Security using the Activation Code you received from Tenable, Inc..

    Tip: Alternatively, this can be done from the command line by using $ /opt/industrial-security/bin/industrial-security -a <ActivationCode> in Linux or C:> cd "C:\Program Files\Tenable\Industrial Security\" C:> industrial-security.exe -a <ActivationCode> in Windows.

  7. Once activated, locate the Linking Key to connect one or more NNM sensors to Industrial Security.

  8. On the Industrial Security home page, click Settings.
  9. Click the Sensor Configuration tab.

  10. Locate and copy the IS Linking Key. The IS Linking Key is a 64-character hex string used to connect an NNM sensor to this Industrial Security host.
  11. Install the NNM application using the following command:

    $ rpm -ivh /root/nnm-5.4.0.rpm

  12. In your browser, navigate to either of the following URLs and follow the prompts:
    • https://localhost:8835
  13. Log in to NNM using the default credentials (admin/admin).

  14. In the Quick Setup dialog, change your password.

  15. Click Next Step.
  16. In the Activation Code box, type IndustrialSecurity.

    Additional options appear.

  17. In the Industrial Security Host box, type the IP address of the machine where you installed the Industrial Security application.
  18. In the Industrial Security Key box, type the Industrial Security Linking Key you located above.
  19. In the NNM Name box, type a name for the NNM host you're setting up.

    Tip: This is the name that appears in IS once a connection is established and identifies this specific sensor to differentiate between this host and other NNM sensors you may install elsewhere on your network.

  20. Click Next Step.
  21. Click on the network interfaces you wish to monitor.
  22. Type the network ranges you wish to monitor on those interfaces.

    Note: To monitor all network ranges including VLAN support, type, vlan, 0::/0, vlan 0::/0

  23. Click Finish.

    A Setup Completed Succesfully notification appears and you return to the NNM Monitoring Dashboard.

    Note: You must restart NNM after enabling a module for the connection to function correctly within NNM.

    Tip: To validate your NNM sensor host and your Industrial Security application connection, return to the Industrial Security application, click Settings > Sensor Configuration and verify that the NNM Host is in the Sensors List.