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Sensei may be installed using the web interface in OPNsense or using the command line interface via SSH or local system access (see instructions here). The preferred method is the web interface. Once Sensei is installed, you will need to complete the initial configuration in the web interface so it is convenient to also complete the installation using the web interface.
To install plugins in OPNsense, you must use an account with administrative access.
Before installing Sensei, you should ensure you meet the minimum system requirements in order to run Sensei or to have the best user experience. See Hardware Requirements for more information.
Web Interface Installation
To install Sensei, you must first install the Sunny Valley Networks vendor repository plugin. Go to the System --> Firmware --> Plugins page. Click on the “+” icon next to os-sunnyvalley to install the plugin.
Once the vendor plugin is installed, you should see the Sensei plugin available in the list of plugins as os-sensei. If you do not see the Sensei plugin, you may need to refresh the “Plugins” page. Click the “+” icon next to os-sensei to install the plugin.
After installing Sensei, you should see the Sensei menu in the left sidebar of the OPNsense web interface. If you do not see the new, top-level menu, you may need to refresh the page.
Next, you will need to complete the “Initial Configuration Wizard” for Sensei to be fully operational.
Initial Configuration Wizard is quite self-explanatory; but if you still need detailed guide, please read on here: