Process for accessing the Web User Interface (Web UI) of NetBotz version 5 appliances.Product Line:
NetBotz version 5
- Rack Monitor 750Environment:
NetBotz v5.XResolution:Access the Web User Interface (Web UI)NOTE:
The Web UI takes about six minutes to become available after start-up.
After the network settings are configured, you can access the appliance through the Web UI. The Web UI provides a real-time overview of alerts and device details, including sensor readings and images captured by cameras. You can use Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) 11, Google Chrome 67, or Mozilla Firefox 62 (or later versions of these Web browsers) on Windows 7 and 10 operating systems to access the appliance through its Web UI. Other commonly avaialble browsers and operating systems may work but have not been fully tested.
1) Enter the host name or IP address of the appliance into the Web Browser's URL address bar. (if you used DHCP to automatically obtain the IP address of the appliance, you can use a terminal emulator to view your current IP address. Follow steps 1-5 of Use a Terminal Emulator to Establish Network Settings
. You may receive a message that the Web page is not secure. This is normal when using self-signed certificates, and you can continue to the Web UI.
Your appliance comes with a self-signed certificate installed. Browsers generate a security warning because they do not recognize the authority who signed the certificate. You can prevent the warning message by installing a certificate signed by a Certificate Authority (CA) the Web browser recognized. You can direct the browser to accet the certificate to prevent the warning.
2) Use your user name and case-sensitive password to log on. The default user name and password for the Super User are both superuser. For Administrators, there is no default user name or password. The Super User must define the user name and password for Administrators.
Both the Super User and Administrators must change their passwords at first log on. Use strong passwords that comply with your company's password requirements.