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NAS devices page

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 Overview

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.

Access Path

  1. Log in to the Phoenix Management Console.

  2. On the menu bar click the drop-down next to All Organizations, and select the organization that has the NAS device.

  3. On the menu bar click Protect > NAS.

  4. In the navigation pane on the left, click All Devices.

  5. 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:

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Field Description
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

Field Description
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.