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Administration Guide

Centrally manage worker (slave) nodes on the primary (master) node

On a primary node, you can select a worker to view and manage information pertaining to that worker. In the Dashboard, the following widgets are displayed: System Information, Scanning Statistics, System Resources, and Disk Monitor.

To manage worker nodes on the primary node:
  1. Go to HA Cluster.
  2. Select the worker node's serial number.
  3. Users can perform any of the following tasks:
    • View the worker node's dashboard.
    • Switch the worker node's role using the Dashboard > System Information widget.
    • Configure the worker node's network settings (such as its IP address, routing table, DNS, and Proxy settings).
    • Configure the worker nodes' network settings for VM external traffic through port3.
    • Upgrade the worker node (including firmware, AV database etc.).
    • View the worker node's VM Status page.
    • View and configure the worker node's VM image settings.

Centrally manage worker (slave) nodes on the primary (master) node

On a primary node, you can select a worker to view and manage information pertaining to that worker. In the Dashboard, the following widgets are displayed: System Information, Scanning Statistics, System Resources, and Disk Monitor.

To manage worker nodes on the primary node:
  1. Go to HA Cluster.
  2. Select the worker node's serial number.
  3. Users can perform any of the following tasks:
    • View the worker node's dashboard.
    • Switch the worker node's role using the Dashboard > System Information widget.
    • Configure the worker node's network settings (such as its IP address, routing table, DNS, and Proxy settings).
    • Configure the worker nodes' network settings for VM external traffic through port3.
    • Upgrade the worker node (including firmware, AV database etc.).
    • View the worker node's VM Status page.
    • View and configure the worker node's VM image settings.