This topic describes how to access the NAS devices page and view the information available there. The All Devices page under the Protect > NAS page displays all the NAS devices configured in your organization. In a new Phoenix configuration, the first step is to add a NAS proxy followed by a NAS device.
Log in to the Phoenix Management Console.
On the menu bar click the drop-down next to All Organizations, and select the organization that has the NAS device.
On the menu bar click Protect > NAS.
In the navigation pane on the left, click All Devices.
The right pane displays a list of all the configured NAS devices.
Information on the All Devices page
The NAS devices page displays the following information:
|Device Name||The display name assigned to the NAS device during its addition. You can click the device name to view the list of all the NAS shares on that device.|
|IP/FQDN||The fully qualified domain name or hostname of the NAS device.|
|# Shares||The number of NAS shares on the NAS device.|
|Credentials||The credentials assigned to the NAS share. The NAS proxy uses these credentials to protect SMB shares. NFS shares do not need credentials.|
|Protected Data||Size of the data backed up for the NAS device. This is the total of all the data backed up from all shares on the NAS device.|
|# Mapped NAS proxies||The number of NAS proxies assigned to the NAS device.|
Tasks possible from the All Devices page
|Update Credentials||Update the NAS device credentials|
|Add NAS Device||Add a new NAS device. For more information, see Add a NAS device.|
|Discover Shares||Trigger an automatic discovery of all NAS shares on the NAS device. The automatically discovered shares will need to be assigned credentials manually. For more information, see Add a NAS share|
|Delete||Delete the NAS device. For more information, see Manage your NAS device.|
|Refresh||Refresh the list of all configured NAS devices.|