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Home > Success Center > Storage Manager (STM) > SRM Profiler Administrator Guide > Adding storage arrays > Configuring devices

Configuring devices

Updated: June 16, 2017

Add a device

  1. Click the Settings link under the left tree navigation.
  2. Click All Devices under Device Management.
  3. The All Devices page displays a listing of all devices currently defined in SRM Profiler.
  4. Add a device by selecting the device and clicking Add.
  5. After entering the necessary information, the device appears in the device list for management.
  6. Click the appropriate icon to edit, delete, configure Agents, verify the agent health, or download support bundles for the selected device.

Edit a device

  1. Click the Edit icon.
  2. Enter new information in the desired fields.
  3. Click Save.

Change the IP Address for any agents

  1. Set the self register option as 'no' in Server setup page.
  2. Change the IP Address in the Agent.
  3. Change the IP Address in SRM Profiler server.
  4. Set the self-register option as 'yes' in Server setup page.

Delete a device

To delete a device from SRM Profiler, return to the device screen and click the trash can icon. A dialog box will appear requesting confirmation.

Activate/deactivate polling

From the Edit screen verify that the Active checkbox is checked.

For SRM Profiler to poll and collect data from a device; the Active checkbox should be checked. Similarly, to stop SRM Profiler from collecting or polling data from a device, uncheck the active box. The change will take effect at the next scheduled collection time.

Even when a device is marked inactive, you can still change the agent's configuration, the agent will continue to send traps, and you can still view data about that device.



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11:16, 26 Jun 2017