Before installing this Role on the Carbonio CE infrastructure, make sure that you installed the Mailstore & Provisioning, because this role is required by the Carbonio VideoServer.
In case you install this Role on a Node which already
features the Mesh and Directory Role, make sure you do not
# apt install carbonio-videoserver-ce service-discover-agent
Before starting the procedure, install Fedora’s epel-repository.
# dnf -y install https://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/epel-release-latest-8.noarch.rpm
Then, install the packages.
# dnf install carbonio-videoserver-ce service-discover-agent
After the installation, make sure that the Carbonio VideoServer public IP address
(i.e., the one that will accept incoming connections to the Carbonio VideoServer) is
present in the configuration file
add it if missing: find the variable
nat_1_1_mapping and add it,
``nat_1_1_mapping = "184.108.40.206"``
Finally, enable and start the service with the commands
# systemctl enable carbonio-videoserver.service
# systemctl start carbonio-videoserver.service
Bootstrap Carbonio CE#
The bootstrap command will execute a number of tasks and will set up the node. At the end, you will be prompted with a menu and, if you already configured all, you only need to click y for confirmation.
Join Carbonio Mesh#
Carbonio Mesh is required to allow communication between Carbonio CE and its components. The configuration is interactively generated by command
# service-discover setup-wizard
This command will:
ask for the IP address and netmask
This password will be denoted as MESH_SECRET throughout the documentation.
We suggest to use a robust password which is at least 16 characters long, including at least one of lowercase and uppercase letters, numbers, special characters and store it in a password manager.
In case the password is lost or the credential file becomes corrupted and unusable, you can reset them using the procedure detailed in section Carbonio Mesh Credentials.
store the setup in file
To complete Carbonio Mesh installation, run
# pending-setups -a
The secret needed to run the above command is stored in
/var/lib/service-discover/password, which is accessible
only by the