Data Center Console allows you to manage and monitor multiple CDP Servers. Follow the instructions below to access CDP Servers connected to the Console.
1. Select "CDP Servers" from the main menu.
You will enter the CDP Servers screen.
The list of all CDP Servers is displayed. The following columns are shown:
The server name stands in a form of a link. You can click it for the quick access to the CDP server.
The CDP Servers list contains the "Actions" pane.
The following Actions are available:
|Log in to CDP Server||Click this icon to log in directly to the CDP Server.|
|Edit CDP Server||Click this icon to change server name and/or description.|
|Signal CDP Server to refresh all data||Click this icon to refresh all server statistics available at the Dashboard.|
|Re-load Console users and groups to CDP Server||Click this icon to send all the users and groups created in the Console down to the CDP Server. For more information about creating Console users and groups, see Creating Data Center Console Users, Creating Data Center Console User Groups.|
|Delete CDP Server||Click this icon to delete the CDP Server from the Console.|
|Enable/Disable CDP Server||Click this icon to enable/disable the CDP Server. Enabled servers are accessible from the Console. If the server is disabled, it is not accessible from the Console and its status is not displayed.|
You can perform some of the actions on several servers at once by selecting them from the list using checkboxes and clicking the corresponding button at the top.
See the descriptions of these actions in the table above.
You can access the details of a CDP Server by clicking on that Server in the list.
The "Details" pane contains three tabs and a quick access bar.
Identification - Displays the basic server information.
Server Details - Displays the details of the connected CDP server.
Connection Settings - Displays information about the used HTTP and SSL ports:
The quick access bar allows you to "drill down" to the selected CDP Server.
Click on the section icon to go to the corresponding section of the CDP Server.
|Opens CDP Server to view dashboard.|
|Opens CDP Server to view volumes.|
|Opens CDP Server to view agents.|
|Opens CDP Server to view groups.|
|Opens CDP Server to view users.|
|Opens CDP Server to view disk safes.|
|Opens CDP Server to view policies.|
|Opens CDP Server to view recovery points.|
|Opens CDP Server to view task history.|
|Opens CDP Server to view reporting.|
|Opens CDP Server to view configuration.|