Install NetQ Using the CLI

You can now install the NetQ software using the NetQ CLI.

This is the final set of steps for installing NetQ. If you have not already performed the installation preparation steps, go to Install NetQ System Platform before continuing here.

To install NetQ:

  1. Log in to your NetQ platform server, NetQ Appliance, NetQ Cloud Appliance or the master node of your cluster.

  2. Install the software.

    Run the following command on your NetQ platform server or NetQ Appliance:

    cumulus@hostname:~$ netq install standalone full interface eth0 bundle /mnt/installables/NetQ-3.0.0.tgz
    

    You can specify the IP address instead of the interface name here: use ip-addr <IP address> in place of interface <ifname> above.

    Run the netq show opta-health command to verify all applications are operating properly. Please allow 10-15 minutes for all applications to come up and report their status.

    cumulus@hostname:~$ netq show opta-health
    Application                                            Status    Namespace      Restarts    Timestamp
    -----------------------------------------------------  --------  -------------  ----------  ------------------------
    cassandra-rc-0-w7h4z                                   READY     default        0           Fri Apr 10 16:08:38 2020
    cp-schema-registry-deploy-6bf5cbc8cc-vwcsx             READY     default        0           Fri Apr 10 16:08:38 2020
    kafka-broker-rc-0-p9r2l                                READY     default        0           Fri Apr 10 16:08:38 2020
    kafka-connect-deploy-7799bcb7b4-xdm5l                  READY     default        0           Fri Apr 10 16:08:38 2020
    netq-api-gateway-deploy-55996ff7c8-w4hrs               READY     default        0           Fri Apr 10 16:08:38 2020
    netq-app-address-deploy-66776ccc67-phpqk               READY     default        0           Fri Apr 10 16:08:38 2020
    netq-app-admin-oob-mgmt-server                         READY     default        0           Fri Apr 10 16:08:38 2020
    netq-app-bgp-deploy-7dd4c9d45b-j9bfr                   READY     default        0           Fri Apr 10 16:08:38 2020
    netq-app-clagsession-deploy-69564895b4-qhcpr           READY     default        0           Fri Apr 10 16:08:38 2020
    netq-app-configdiff-deploy-ff54c4cc4-7rz66             READY     default        0           Fri Apr 10 16:08:38 2020
    ...
    

    If any of the applications or services display Status as DOWN after 30 minutes, open a support ticket and attach the output of the opta-support command.

    Run the following commands on your master node, using the IP addresses of your worker nodes:

    cumulus@<hostname>:~$ netq install cluster full interface eth0 bundle /mnt/installables/NetQ-3.0.0.tgz workers <worker-1-ip> <worker-2-ip>
    

    You can specify the IP address instead of the interface name here: use ip-addr <IP address> in place of interface eth0 above.

    Run the netq show opta-health command to verify all applications are operating properly. Please allow 10-15 minutes for all applications to come up and report their status.

    cumulus@hostname:~$ netq show opta-health
    Application                                            Status    Namespace      Restarts    Timestamp
    -----------------------------------------------------  --------  -------------  ----------  ------------------------
    cassandra-rc-0-w7h4z                                   READY     default        0           Fri Apr 10 16:08:38 2020
    cp-schema-registry-deploy-6bf5cbc8cc-vwcsx             READY     default        0           Fri Apr 10 16:08:38 2020
    kafka-broker-rc-0-p9r2l                                READY     default        0           Fri Apr 10 16:08:38 2020
    kafka-connect-deploy-7799bcb7b4-xdm5l                  READY     default        0           Fri Apr 10 16:08:38 2020
    netq-api-gateway-deploy-55996ff7c8-w4hrs               READY     default        0           Fri Apr 10 16:08:38 2020
    netq-app-address-deploy-66776ccc67-phpqk               READY     default        0           Fri Apr 10 16:08:38 2020
    netq-app-admin-oob-mgmt-server                         READY     default        0           Fri Apr 10 16:08:38 2020
    netq-app-bgp-deploy-7dd4c9d45b-j9bfr                   READY     default        0           Fri Apr 10 16:08:38 2020
    netq-app-clagsession-deploy-69564895b4-qhcpr           READY     default        0           Fri Apr 10 16:08:38 2020
    netq-app-configdiff-deploy-ff54c4cc4-7rz66             READY     default        0           Fri Apr 10 16:08:38 2020
    ...
    

    If any of the applications or services display Status as DOWN after 30 minutes, open a support ticket and attach the output of the opta-support command.

    Run the following command on your NetQ Cloud Appliance with the config-key sent by Cumulus Networks in an email titled “A new site has been added to your Cumulus NetQ account.”

    cumulus@<hostname>:~$ netq install opta standalone full interface eth0 bundle /mnt/installables/NetQ-3.0.0-opta.tgz config-key <your-config-key-from-email> proxy-host <proxy-hostname> proxy-port <proxy-port>
    

    You can specify the IP address instead of the interface name here: use ip-addr <IP address> in place of interface eth0 above.

    Run the netq show opta-health command to verify all applications are operating properly.

    cumulus@hostname:~$ netq show opta-health
    OPTA is healthy
    

    Run the following commands on your master NetQ Cloud Appliance with the config-key sent by Cumulus Networks in an email titled “A new site has been added to your Cumulus NetQ account.”

    cumulus@<hostname>:~$ netq install opta cluster full interface eth0 bundle /mnt/installables/NetQ-3.0.0-opta.tgz config-key <your-config-key-from-email> workers <worker-1-ip> <worker-2-ip> proxy-host <proxy-hostname> proxy-port <proxy-port>
    

    You can specify the IP address instead of the interface name here: use ip-addr <IP address> in place of interface eth0 above.

    Run the netq show opta-health command to verify all applications are operating properly.

    cumulus@hostname:~$ netq show opta-health
    OPTA is healthy