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Backup Proxy Pool Details page

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Overview

The Backup Proxy Pool Details page provides detailed information on each of the backup proxy that is part of the backup proxy pool.

Access Path

To view backup proxy pool details,

  1. On the Phoenix Management Console menu bar, click VMware > Click the <desired VMware hypervisor or vCenter Server>. VMware details page appears.

  2. Click the Backup Proxy Pool tab.

  3. Select the desired backup proxy pool to view its details.

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Field Description

Following general information is displayed about the backup proxy pool you have selected.

Field Description
# Backup Proxies Displays the number of backup proxies part of this backup proxy pool.
# Associated VMs Displays the time zone that is followed by this backup proxy pool.
Time zone Displays the time zone that is followed by this backup proxy pool.

Following information is displayed under backup proxies area, for each backup proxy that is part of the backup proxy pool you have selected.

Field

Description

Backup Proxy Displays the name of the backup proxy.

Version

Displays the version of the backup proxy.

successful.png - Latest version of the backup proxy.

ESXi Server Displays the IP address of the VMware ESXi server, that the backup proxy is installed on.
Time Zone Displays the time zone followed by backup proxy.
Connection Status to Phoenix Displays whether the backup proxy is connected to Phoenix Cloud.
Connection Status to vCenter Displays whether the backup proxy is connected to VMware vCenter Server.

Actions

The following table lists the actions on the Backup Proxy Pool Details page.

Action Description
Create New Pool Click Create New Pool to create a new backup proxy pool to assign it to backup proxies deployed in your virtual infrastructure. For more information, see Create a new backup proxy pool.
Add New Backup Proxy Click Add New Backup Proxy to download and install backup proxy in your virtual infrastructure environment. 
vCenter Credentials Click vCenter Credentials to create credentials for your vCenter. For more information, see vCenter Credentials.
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