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eSight V300R009C00 Operation Guide 10

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Creating Administrative Domains

Creating Administrative Domains

You need to create administrative domains only when rights- and domain-based management is used. A system administrator or a user with the system administrator rights can create administrative domains. After management rights of a domain are granted to a domain administrator, the domain administrator can manage this domain on eSight. Domain-based management realizes data isolation.

Context

Generally, administrative domains are planned and created during the deployment. If the administrative domain function is enabled after the deployment, all the devices added to Secure Center belong to the domain Default. To remove a device from the domain Default to another domain, delete the device from the domain Default and add it to the other domain.

Procedure

  1. Set protocol parameters on the device: SNMP and NetConf. For details, see Configuring the SNMP Protocol on Devices and Configuring the NETCONF Protocol on Devices.
  2. Add devices to eSight. For details, see Adding Devices to eSight.
  3. Choose System > System Settings > Administrative Domains from the main menu.

  4. Click next to Domain Enable: to switch it to ON. Click to add administrative domains.
  5. (Optional) Change the administrative domain to which a device belongs.

    Move a device from one administrative domain to another. The following example describes how to move USG6600 from the domain Default to domain A.

    1. Choose Resource > Network > Security Business > Secure Center from the main menu. Set Current Domain to Default and remove USG6600 from Device Management.
    2. Choose System > System Settings > Administrative Domains from the main menu. Delete USG6600 from the domain Default.
    3. Create domain A and add USG6600 to domain A.

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Updated: 2019-09-07

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