A hierarchy of Administration Servers

Administration Servers can be arranged in a master / slave hierarchy. Each Administration Server can have several slave Administration Servers (referred to as slave Servers) on different nesting levels of the hierarchy. The nesting level for slave Servers is unrestricted. The administration groups of the master Administration Server will then include the client devices of all slave Administration Servers. Thus, isolated and independent sections of networks can be managed by different Administration Servers which are in turn managed by the master Server.

Virtual Administration Servers are a particular case of slave Administration Servers.

The hierarchy of Administration Servers can be used to do the following:

Each device included in the hierarchy of administration groups can be connected to one Administration Server only. You must independently monitor the connection of devices to Administration Servers. Use the feature for device search in administration groups of different Servers based on network attributes.

See also:

Hierarchy of Administration Servers: Master Administration Server and slave Administration Server

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