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    Adding a Secure Access Device Through a Reachable Workflow

    To import a Secure Access device through a reachable workflow into NSM:

    1. From the left pane of the NSM UI, click Configure.
    2. Expand Device Manager and select Devices. The Devices workspace appears on the right side of the screen.
    3. Click the Device Tree tab, click the New button, and select Device. The New Device dialog box appears.
    4. Select Device is Reachable and click Next.
    5. Enter the following connection information:
      • Enter the IP address of the device.
      • Enter the username of the device administrator.
      • Enter the password for the device administrator.
      • Select SSH V2 as the connection method.
      • Ensure that the TCP port number is 22.
    6. Click Next. The Verify Device Authenticity dialog box opens. The Add Device wizard displays the RSA Key FingerPrint information. To prevent man-in-the-middle attacks, you should verify the fingerprint using an out-of-band method.
    7. Click Next to accept the fingerprint. The Detecting Device dialog box opens.
    8. After the wizard displays the autodetected device information, verify that the device type, OS version, and the device serial number are correct. The wizard also detects the hostname configured on the device. You can either use the hostname as the NSM device name or you can enter a new name in the text box provided.
    9. Click Next after verifying the auto detected device information.
    10. Click Finish to add the device to the NSM UI. The Secure Access device appears in the Devices workspace.

    Published: 2013-01-03