SuperLumin is Novell's preferred vendor for network access control in Open Enterprise Server (OES) environments.
The products share a common code base and are built on and install SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 11.
The SuperLumin license that you purchase and install determines which features are available.
NOTE: Although Nemesis 3 and iProxy 2 run on a SLES 11 server (64-bit only) whereas OES 2 runs on a SLES 10 server (either 32-bit or 64-bit), the products work together seamlessly.
To download the latest supported build, go to http://www.superlumin.com/software/nemesis/. Please verify any downloads against the MD5SUMS file at the same location. Existing customers can perform an online update via the CLI (slash). The steps to perform an online update are:
The server should be restarted after performing an online update.
For a full list of Nemesis 3 and iProxy 2 features and capabilities, see the SuperLumin Web site.
To check for hardware compatibility, visit the Novell YES CERTIFIED Bulletin Search page and search for SLES 11 x86_64.
For all other hardware and system requirements, see Section 3.2 in the "Getting Started Guide" (superluminqs.pdf) located at the root of the installation CD.
SuperLumin installations require the ISO image listed at the top of this page.
For more information, see the Download
and Installation Instructions page, or click the View link in the Download
table at the top of this page.
Novell is offering a special promotion on SuperLumin Nemesis 3 and iProxy 2 to qualifying Novell customers through April 1, 2011.
To purchase SuperLumin Nemesis 3 (or iProxy 2 if you are an academic customer), contact a Novell
Authorized Reseller in your area.
You can obtain a 45-day evaluation license for the SuperLumin proxy server from the SuperLumin
Networks Web site.