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Register Phoenix AWS proxy

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 This topic provides instructions for registering Phoenix AWS proxy. 

Before you begin

The Phoenix AWS proxy must be registered in the same region as the server group storage region.

To register Phoenix AWS proxy

  1. Log on to Phoenix Management Console.
  2. On the menu bar, click All Organizations, and select the required organization from the drop-down list.
  3. On the menu bar, click Manage Disaster Recovery.
  4. On the Manage Disaster Recovery page, click the Phoenix AWS Proxies tab.
  5. Click Register Phoenix AWS Proxy. The Register Phoenix AWS Proxy page opens.
  6. Perform one of the following:
    • If you have not downloaded the policy, perform the following step to download the policy and then click Next
      • Click Download Policies to download the .json policy files on your machine.
    • If you downloaded the policy, skip this step, and click Next.
  7. Under the Generate Activation Token tab, provide the following details.
Field  Description

Token description

 

A short description of the token. 

Note: This is a mandatory field.
This token can activate The number of Phoenix AWS proxies that the activation token can activate. The default value is 25.
The token expires in The number of days after which the activation token expires. The default value is 7
  1. Click Next.
  2. Under the Activation Phoenix AWS Proxy tab, click Copy to copy the activation token, and save the token in a text file. 

 Note: Phoenix does not store activation tokens. You must copy the token, and save it in a text file.

  1. Click Finish.
  2. Access the AWS proxy instance using the .pem file containing the key pair (public key and private key file) downloaded while launching the AWS proxy instance. For more information about how to connect to your AWS proxy instance, see Connecting to your Linux instance from Windows using Putty and Connecting to Your Linux Instance Using SSH.
  3. Run the following command on the command line interface to activate the AWS proxy:
    sudo PhoenixActivate <<activation_token>>
    Field  Description
    sudo command
    PhoenixActivate command
    activation_token. The token that you have downloaded and saved on your machine. 
  4. After the activation completes successfully, the AWS account appears on the AWS page.

    The following screenshot depicts the Phoenix proxy that you have registered.
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