I want to request to connect

Request to connect your Airwall Agent or Server to an Airwall secure network.

You can manually set up your Airwall Agent or Server by creating a profile and entering the Conductor address for the Airwall secure network. You can get the Conductor address from the administrator for the secure network. When you're finished setting up your profile , the first time you attempt to connect, the Airwall secure network administrator gets a request from you to allow you to connect and then configure the resources you have access to.

Set up my Airwall Agent Manually

  1. Open the Airwall Agent, and tap Get Started.
  2. From the menu, tap Profiles.
  3. Tap the plus (+) sign.
  4. Enter a name for your profile.
  5. Enter the Conductor address (URL or IP address).
  6. Tap Add.
  7. On the main page of your Airwall Agent, select the new profile, and slide the toggle to open the connection.
  8. If you have an Activation Code, enter it in the Activation Code or Invitation box.
    If you don't have an Activation Code, send your Conductor administrator your device ID (shown on the profile page) and request they provision your device. Leave the Airwall Agent profile on while your administrator finds and provisions your device.
If you've connected with an Activation code, you will be able to connect right away. If you have requested your device be provisioned, you will have access once the Conductor administrator provisions your device.

When your Airwall Agent shows you're connected to the Conductor, and you can reach assets in the Airwall secure network on your device. See Connect to an Airwall secure network.

You can now turn on the Airwall Agent profile when you need to access protected assets.

Set up my Airwall Server Manually

Set up a Windows Airwall Server manually

  1. Open the Airwall Server, and from the menu, click Configure.
  2. At the bottom of the left side, click the plus (+).
  3. Enter your password to allow changes on your device.
  4. Enter a name for the new profile.
  5. Enter the Conductor URL or IP address provided by your Conductor administrator, and click OK.
  6. On the main page of your Airwall Server, select the new profile.
  7. Click the gear icon at the bottom of the profile list, and select Make Active.
  8. Send your Conductor administrator your device ID (shown on the profile page) and request they provision your device. Leave the Airwall Server profile on while your administrator finds and provisions your device.

Set up a Linux Airwall Server manually

  1. To create a new profile and activate with an Activation code, enter:
    sudo airctl profile create <profile_name> conductor=<conductor_url> invitation=<activation_code>
    For example:
    sudo airctl profile create MyProfile conductor=cond.example.com invitation=45k234k678k901k
  2. To modify an existing profile and activate with an Activation code, enter:
    sudo airctl profile modify <profile_name> conductor=<conductor_url> invitation=<activation_code>
    For example:
    sudo airctl profile modify MyProfile conductor=cond.example.com invitation=45k234k678k901k
Once the Conductor administrator provisions your device, your Airwall Server shows you're connected to the Conductor, and you can reach assets in the Airwall secure network with your device.
You can now turn on the Airwall Server profile when you need to access protected assets. For more information, see Connect to an Airwall secure network.