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SRM: Enable an Infinidat InfiniBox array

Updated: 2/2/18


The article provides information on enabling the InfiniBox series of storage arrays so they can be monitored with SolarWinds Storage Resource Monitor (SRM).  Monitoring is performed through the onboard REST API.

The InfiniBox storage array does not require special configuration to be monitored by SRM.

For further information see the documentation that came with your Infinibox array, visit the  Infinidat Support pages or contact your vendor.


  • SRM 6.6+
  • Infinidat InfiniBox (F2000, F4000, F6000) arrays with firmware version 4.0

Credential required to add the array

Ensure you have the following information:

  • IP address or hostname for the array
  • Credential name, or array username and password
  • Protocol. The default is HTTP


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