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 +====== Remote managment ======
  
 +The “remote control” module helps to manage several ICSes from one ICS server. ​
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 +Server, from which you organize centralized control is named “Head node”, server, that is managed remotely, is named “Child node”.
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 +Let’s go through the settings with an example. ​
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 +For organize this kind of schema you need to set up ICS with 192.168.17.92 address to be the head node. You can set it up in Network – Remote management – Use as… - Head node - Save. 
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 +Servers with the addresses 192.168.17.121 and 192.168.17.150 should be set up in child node mode: Network – Remote management – Use as… - Child node – in the “Head node IP” enter “192.168.17.92” - Save. 
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 +During the connection to the head node it will ask for login/​password of any user with administrator rights from the head ICS. By default administrator has “root” as a login and “00000” as a password. When ICS is marked as a child node, it is assigned with an unique id of node-XXXXXXXX form, where XXXXXXXX is a random combination. ​
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 +On the head node you can see what child nodes are connected: Network – Remote management - Nodes. ​
 +If you want to open web-interface of a child node, click on its id in the “Nodes” tab on the Head node. 
remote_control.txt · Last modified: 2017/05/04 21:50 (external edit)