Initial Network Configuration During BeyondTrust Appliance B Series Setup


Before deploying the BeyondTrust Appliance B Series on your network, you must set up its network configuration. This is done by accessing the B Series Appliance administrative interface from a web browser on your computer. The steps below will walk you through this process. Your process may vary depending upon your operating system.

DHCP Instructions

Photograph showing the video port on the back of the B Series Appliance.

If the network location you have selected for your B Series Appliance has DHCP enabled, the B Series Appliance receives an IP address from the network and can be immediately accessed via that IP address at https://<ipaddress>/appliance. You can find this IP address via the console on the video port.

Use the default username and password to log in.

Default Username: admin

Default Password: password

Upon initial login, you are prompted to change your B Series Appliance administration password.


If using DHCP, you can skip the Local Area Connection Instructions section and go to the /appliance Configuration section.

Local Area Connection Instructions

Local Area Network Connection Properties

  1. After performing the external setup of your B Series Appliance, go to the Local Area Connection on your computer and click Properties.
  2. Highlight Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4) and click the Properties button.


Internet Protocol Properties

  1. Enter as your IP address and as the subnet mask. Be sure the Gateway and DNS fields are blank.


B Series Appliance Login Screen

  1. Launch a web browser and enter the address in the URL address field. If this fails, try alternately substituting ".2", ".3" and ".4" for the last decimal in the address above. Load each of these addresses separately until one responds. Enter the default username and password and click Login.

Default Username: admin

Default Password: password


Upon initial login, you are prompted to change your B Series Appliance administration password.


The BeyondTrust Appliance B Series uses two administrative web interfaces, /appliance and /login, to isolate hardware administration from user management. The /appliance interface is used to configure network settings and upgrade BeyondTrust software. The /login interface is not available until after BeyondTrust Technical Support builds the necessary software licensing package and this package is installed through /appliance. Once installed, /login is used to manage users and workflows, deploy client software, report on access activity, create and use integrations, etc. See the BeyondTrust Privileged Remote Access Admin Interface.

/appliance Configuration

Status > Basics
B Series Appliance Statistics

  1. Once you are logged into the /appliance interface, you will see the Status > Basics page. This page includes information such as the serial number which BeyondTrust Technical Support requires to register the B Series Appliance with the BeyondTrust licensing servers. Take a screenshot of this page and send it to BeyondTrust Technical Support so that the Support team can register your B Series Appliance.


The NIC Configuration section in /appliance

  1. Next, go to Networking > IP Configuration. Under the NIC Configuration section, click Add New IP.


IP :: Add

  1. Enter the static IP address and subnet mask for your B Series Appliance. Typically you should leave the default values for both fields. You can decide if this IP address will support session traffic, web traffic, or both. Then click Save Changes.


Global Network Configuration

  1. Under the Global Network Configuration section, set your default gateway. Enter your default Gateway and DNS server addresses. After entering the required information, click Save Changes.

Valid DNS settings are required for failover and automatic updates to function properly.


For more about network configuration, see The BeyondTrust Appliance B Series in the Network.

Administrative functions can also be performed by connecting a monitor and keyboard, and accessing the machine console. For more information, see Privileged Remote Access Console Administration.