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Accessing the CSO GUIs

Note We recommend that you use Google Chrome Version 60 or later to access the CSO GUIs.

Table 17 shows the URLs and login credentials for the GUIs for a non redundant CSO installation.

Table 17: Access Details for the GUIs

GUI

URL

Login Credentials

Administration Portal

https://central-IP-Address

Where:

central-IP-Address—IP address of the VM that hosts the microservices for the central POP

For example:

https://192.0.2.1

Specify the OpenStack Keystone username and password.

The default username is cspadmin.

Specify the autogenerated cspadmin password that is displayed on the console after the installation is complete.

After the upgrade, you must specify the cspadmin password of the previously installed version.

Customer Portal

Same as the URL used to access the Administration Portal

Specify the credentials when you create the Customer either In Administration Portal or with API calls.

Designer Tools—Log into Network Service Designer and click the menu in the top left of the page to access the other designer tools.

https://central-IP-Address:83

Where:

central-IP-Address—IP address of the VM that hosts the microservices for the central POP

For example:

https://192.0.2.1:83

Specify the OpenStack Keystone username and password.

The default username is cspadmin.

Specify the autogenerated cspadmin password that is displayed on the console after the installation is complete.

After the upgrade, you must specify the cspadmin password of the previously installed version.

Kibana

This tool provides a visual representation of log files. You can use it to monitor:

  • Network services in a central or regional POP

  • Microservices in the deployment

http://infra-vm-IP-Address | ha-proxy-IP-Address:5601

Where:

infra-vm-IP-Address—IP address of the VM that hosts the infrastructure services for a central or regional POP. Use this option to monitor network services.

ha-proxy-IP-Address—IP address of high availability (HA) proxy. Use this option to monitor the microservices.

  • For a deployment without HA, use the IP address of the VM that hosts the microservices for the central POP.

  • For an HA deployment, use the virtual IP address that you provide for the HA proxy when you install CSO.

For example:

http://192.0.2.2:5601

Login credentials are not needed.

Grafana and Prometheus

These tools provide monitoring and troubleshooting for the infrastructure services in CSO. You use Prometheus to create queries for the infrastructure services and Grafana to view the results of the queries in a visual format.

  • Prometheus—ha-proxy-IP-Address:30900

  • Grafana—ha-proxy-IP-Address:3000

Where:

ha-proxy-IP-Address—IP address of HA proxy

  • For a deployment without HA, use the IP address of the VM that hosts the microservices for the central POP.

  • For an HA deployment, use the virtual IP address that you provide for the HA proxy when you install CSO.

For example:

http://192.0.2.2:30900

For Grafana, specify the username and password.

The default username is admin and the default password is admin.

For Prometheus, the login credentials are not needed.

After the upgrade, to log in to Administration Portal, you must specify the cspadmin password of the previously installed version.

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