Netify for ClearOS


On ClearOS, Netify should only be installed on systems running as an Internet gateway. Since Netify is designed to provide network intelligence for your whole network, installing Netify on a standalone ClearOS system is neither useful nor supported.
Netify on Firewalls and Routers


ClearOS 7

Up-to-date Netify packages are maintained in our ClearOS repository. To install the package, run:

rpm --import`rpm --eval '%{centos_ver}'`/stable/RPM-GPG-KEY-netify
wget -O /etc/yum.repos.d/netify.repo`rpm --eval '%{centos_ver}'`/netify.repo
yum install netifyd

ClearOS 6

Sorry, we do not support ClearOS 6


Netify will automatically detect the network interfaces and roles defined in ClearOS.


With the installation and setup completed, you can now start and enable Netify:

sudo netifyd --enable-sink
sudo systemctl start netifyd
sudo systemctl enable netifyd


With the Netify service installed, configured and running, it is time to provision your unique install. You will first need to fetch the provision code from your Netify Agent install using the following command:

# netifyd -p

Once you have the provisioning code, you will need to create a Netify account (if you don't have one already) and run through the simple provisioning wizard. Once complete, metadata and analysis will start to be available in under a minute.

Provision Agent

What is ClearOS

ClearOS is an open-source, Linux-based operating system (OS) that is designed from the ground up to be extensible. The OS provides any combination of network, gateway and server functionality to small/medium sized businesses, non-profit organizations, education/government and distributed enterprises.

ClearOS makes an ideal gateway. the ClearOS 7 Marketplace. If you have or are thinking of using ClearOS as your gateway to the Internet, you can be up and running in under 5 minutes! More information on ClearOS