Okay, so let's have a look at the direct counsel user interface.
I have a virtual host that's called SX 200
so I'm opening a console into that virtual host.
Otherwise, you would only see the direct counsel user interface from
the actual counsel of your hardware host.
So I click on the window
and hit clique of two key.
We can see a bunch of interesting information here. We can see what version?
Uh, yes, Exile were running 5.5
and the release number.
I can see what kind of hardware my system is running on, how much memory it's been allocated.
And I get some information about
along with the I P address
I p. Address as well.
If I had the F two key,
I have to log in his route
and he hit the after he again,
and I can get to my customization screen
here. I can set my root password.
I can configure lock down mode, which we don't really cover in this class. But it's a security feature
users from logging directly into the host.
I can also configure the management network.
I can look at my virtual network adapter set. The villain
some that mask and gateway
I P v six configuration is possible.
I can also specify by D. N s primary and secondary servers as well as the host name.
If I had escape, I can get out of that screen.
You can restart the manager network.
Sometimes this is needed after making certain changes to the networking configuration. That way all the demons re initialize
you contest the magic network
and I can paying my gateway. I can ping
domain controller, which in this case is not 1 10
and even paying my name server and try to resolve my host name.
So I escaped. To get back out of that,
I can restore my network options
You can change your keyboard layout.
It could also look at how troubleshooting options I'll hit. Enter here.
I've got the SX I shell and I'm sorry it's disabled by default.
Shh. Is disabled by default *** as well, But I have enabled it by clicking. Enter here
and then you can also restart The management agents from this screen
escaped one more time.
I confuse system logs
and you just type the number of the log that you'd like to look at. For instance, if I want to look at CeCe Log,
I can even do searches
so I can do a search for
Let's see. I'll do a search for the word crown. I know it exists all over the place so that that lets me,
um, use regular expressions. That's just like you can within V I
and then Q to quit to get back out of that.
Uh, you might want to look at these logs if you're having trouble connecting to your host
that what you can do that directly through the consul interface.
for my configuration by typing number three.
See a bunch of information there,
and you can use the up and down arrows
to scroll through this,
to do a search is much more efficient,
I have support information, so if you need to call
to get support for your host.
You've got your serial number and your SSL thumbprint and so on
and last, we can reset the
host back to all of the default settings.
I don't want to do that unless you have a natural emergency.
Okay, that's your overview of the D. C. Why?