Install and Configure Web Related Services

IIS

Name and Version of Operating System: Windows Server 2008 R2
Recommended Hardware (CPU, RAM, HDD): 1.4Ghz, 512MB RAM, 32GB HDD.

IP Firewall Requirements – Ports Nos: FTP 21, HTTP 80, HTTPS 443, SFTP 22.

80  –  TCP / UDP, 21 – TCP, 443 – TCP, 22 – TCP / UDP

Name on CD / Website: Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise

Summary of Installation Procedure:

Boot via the Server 2008 installation CD. Following the on screen instructions for the installation of the Windows Server 2008 OS. Once the operating system has been installed using the appropriate username and password to login.

Enable IIS via Server Manager > Roles > Add Roles > Web Server IIS. Follow the wizard and restart the OS.

Testing Procedure:

To test the installation open up a web browser on the Web server and navigate to http://127.0.0.1 and then to http://localhost. You should see the default IIS installation page loadup.

 

APACHE

Name and Version of Operating System: Apache 2.2
Recommended Hardware (CPU, RAM, HDD):
x86 Capable CPU, 13MBs of Free space.

IP Firewall Requirements – Ports Nos: HTTP 80, HTTPS 443.

80  –  TCP / UDP, 443 – TCP

Name on CD / Website: filezilla-project.org

Summary of Installation Procedure:

Any host OS compatible with Apache (Linux, Windows 2000 or higher). Run the installation file that was downloaded from httpd.apache.org. The installation by default is c:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Apaache2.2\.

Testing Procedure:

To test the installation open up a web browser on the Web server and navigate to http://127.0.0.1 and then to http://localhost. You should see the default “It works,” screen.  3

FTP

Name and Version of Operating System: Filezilla FTP Server
Recommended Hardware (CPU, RAM, HDD): Windows 2000 or above.

IP Firewall Requirements – Ports Nos: FTP 21, SFTP 22.

UDP, 21 – TCP, 22 – TCP / UDP

Name on CD / Website: filezilla-project.org (Filezilla Server)

Summary of Installation Procedure:

Install the downloaded file from filezilla-project.org. Follow the installation wizard. Once installed open Filezilla and go to the User Manager under the Edit Menu > Users.

Create a new User by clicking the Add button. Type in the name of the user / username > Ok. On the next screen set a password. Then go to the Shared folders tab. Add a shared folder by clicking the add button. Select the appropriate boxes depending upon the permissions you wish to give the user. Click ok.

Testing Procedure:

To test the installation connect to the server by installing an FTP Client locally on the machine such as Filezilla FTP. Connect to 127.0.0.1 or localhsot as the Host, username as the username you created and password as the one you set. You should then see the folders that you gave access to that user for on the FTP Client.

To check to make sure it’s logged in successfully at the server end open up the Filezilla Server Interface and you should be able to see that the user you created has authenticated successfully.