About SignNow

SignNow is a secure eSignature solution allowing organizations to obtain legally binding signatures from customers, partners, and employees in seconds, reducing document turnaround up to 90%. SignNow offers a range of deployment options:

  • Cloud
  • Virtual machine (VM) appliance

This paperless approach to document control allows you to electronically manage document workflow and securely store critical documents, eliminating scanners, faxes, printers, and document storage.


Physical Appliance Deployment


Make sure to open the following ports before installing:

  • For incoming ports, users can sign documents from outside the firewall if ports 80 and 443 are open.
  • If the admin wants to use the Barracuda Admin from outside the firewall (not recommended) ports 8000 and 8443 must be opened.
  • For outbound ports, 80 and 443 must be open for VM license provisioning and to download new firmware updates.
  • Outbound ports 22 and 80 are needed to open a support tunnel to Barracudas support server.

Use the following steps to complete your hardware installation.

  1. Secure the SignNow Server in your rack and connect the power and Ethernet cables. Connect KVM or monitor/keyboard, and then power up the SignNow Server.
  2. The SignNow Server initially displays the Boot Menu. Once fully booted, the Administrative Console login prompt displays. Log in using the admin login credentials admin/admin.
  3. Once you enter your credentials, the System Configuration screen displays. Press the down arrow twice to access the TCP/IP Configuration screen:
  4. Configure the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, Primary DNS Server, and Secondary DNS Server as appropriate for your network, and, optionally, enter your proxy server configuration settings:
  5. Save your changes and click Exit to apply your settings.

Proceed to the SignNow Server Quick Start Guide.

Updated 2 years ago

Physical Appliance Deployment

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