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Barracuda CloudGen Firewall

Settings

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Barracuda IoT Connect is currently in Private Preview (Early Access). Please contact iot_connect@barracuda.com to request an invitation.

 

The Settings page allows you to perform administration tasks for your IoT Connect infrastructure. You can configure the Control Center and the Secure Access Controller, set up notifications for specific events, and change the access credentials to your cloud environment.

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Cloud Infrastructure 

In this section you can configure the Control Center and the Secure Access Controller. Click either on the Control Center or the Secure Access Controller to open the configuration.

The start page of the Control Center and Secure Access Controller is always the DASHBOARD. From here, you can either stop/reboot the virtual machine or navigate to one of the sections listed below.

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  • STOP - Click here to stop the Control Center/Secure Access Controller virtual machine in your cloud environment. 
  • REBOOT - Click here to reboot the Control Center/Secure Access Controller virtual machine in your cloud environment. 
  • DASHBOARD - Click here to show the current CPU usage, network usage, and disk usage.
  • SETTINGS - Click here to display the IP address and network range of the device.
  • LIVE - Click here to display active traffic.
  • HISTORY - Click here to display expired traffic.
  • HOTFIXES - Click here to display applied and available hotfixes, and to install new hotfixes.
  • AUDIT LOG - Click here to display all log entries regarding the Control Center/Secure Access Controller.

Notifications

In this section you can create and display notifications .

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  • ADD FILTER - Click here to filter the entries of notifications. Filters can be combined to provide more specific results.
  • DOWNLOAD CSV - Click here to download a list of notifications as a CSV file.
  • ADD - Click here to add a new notification.
Create a Notification
  1. Click ADD. The Create Notification window opens. Specify values for the following: 

    • Name - Enter a name of the notification you create.
    • Status - Select the status of the event that triggers the notification.
      • ALL - All failed and successful events trigger a notification.
      • Failed - Only failed events trigger a notification.
      • Successful - Only successful events trigger a notification.
    • Events - Select one or more event
    • Administrator - Enter the email address of the person to be notified.
  2. Click ADD to add the email address to the notification. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 to add additional email addresses.
  3. Click SAVE to save the notification.

The following example shows a notification that is sent every time a template is assigned (both failed assign attempts and successful attempts):

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Access Credentials

In this section you can display and update the access credentials of your cloud environment. Click on the entry you are interested in to display or edit the settings.

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Access Credentials in Azure

In Azure you can display and edit the following:

  • Application ID
  • Tenant ID
  • Authentication Key

In addition, you can also enable or disable logging.

Access Credentials in Amazon AWS

In Amazon AWS you can display and edit the following:

  • Access Key
  • Secret Key

In addition, you can also enable or disable logging.

 

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