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Log into the Orion Web Console to use and manage VMAN

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As of version 8.0, VMAN is a full-fledged Orion Platform product. As with all Orion Platform products, you'll use VMAN by logging into the Orion Web Console, and you'll use the Web Console to do everything from adding virtual devices for monitoring to setting up alerts or running Capacity Planning scenarios.

 

In a web browser, navigate to [http://hostnameOrIPAddress:port] where:

  • hostnameOrIPAddress is the hostname or IP address of the Orion server where VMAN is installed.
  • port is the Orion Web Console port defined for the website. This is configurable during installation. The default port is 8787.

You'll see the Orion server login page:

 

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You can log in as the default admin with no password. Later, you'll want to update the Admin account's password and create users and groups, each with their own specialized views and permissions.

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