The default landing page of Infraon SecuRA is the Device View page (also known as the Device View Dashboard). This page provides complete information of all active devices, discovered through Infraon SecuRA.
- Click on the Device IP to view and edit device details such as IP Address, Hostname, Vendor, Model, OS Type, OS Version, and Serial Number.
- Get details on the process through which the device is managed using the SSO (SSH & Telnet).
- Devices can be added, edited and deleted using the action icons given on this page.
- User can execute script (using icon) and check for vulnerabilities from this page.
- Update inventories using the Inventory CSV Upload action icon.
- Additional options to view Device Information, perform Device Actions and Diagnostics is accessible by clicking on
- icon is displayed when a session is in progress. Information like Job ID, User(s), Session(s), Device Account, First Access Time and Access Duration is displayed.
If a CLI session is idle for 2 minutes, Infraon SecuRA ends the session. This time limit can be configured in the "CLI_SESSION_IDLE_TIMEOUT" config key in the 'System Parameters' module .Notes for Device View:
- The icons to access remote devices through Infraon SecuRA has been configured with a Default Authorization Profile which enables SSH, Telnet, RDP, VNC and File Management options for all devices (RDP and VNC are not applicable for Switches, Routers and Firewalls). ). This is possible by setting the below parameters to default values in ‘System Parameters’ module (0 to disable or 1 to enable):
- Depending on the default values specified, the respective icons will be displayed on ‘Device View’ page for all users. The next level of control can be defined using the multiple tabs – SSH & Telnet, RDP & VNC and File Management tabs of ‘Default Authorization Profile'. Changes can be made to the Default Authorization Profile, which is accessible by clicking from the 'Authorization Profiles' page.
- Creating a customized 'Authorization Profile' will override the default Authorization Profile. Refer Authorization Profile page for more details.
- RDP and VNC connections are successful only if the target devices are enabled with the respective protocols. This must be preconfigured in 'Device Credentials'. RDP and VNC connections aren't applicable for Switches, Routers and Firewalls.
- File Management actions are successful if the target devices are enabled with SCP or SFTP protocols. This must be preconfigured in 'Device Credentials'.
- All icons are enabled in blue for authenticated users. Non-authenticated users will be able to use the action icons to establish connection by providing the respective credentials.