Viewing Fleet Service Point information - BlueCat DNS Edge

DNS Edge User Guide (Fleet Service Point)

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You can view additional information about that Fleet Service Point and other deployed Fleet Service Points that are active and online.

  1. In the top navigation bar, click and select Fleet Service Points.
  2. Select an existing Fleet Service Point to bring up additional information about the Fleet Service Point:
    • Name: The name of the Fleet Service Point.
    • Description: The description of the Fleet Service Point
    • Last sync: The timestamp of the last received diagnostics update from the Fleet Service Point or the last time the Fleet Service Point polled for policy changes (in milliseconds).
    • Connection state: The connection state of that Fleet Service Point.
    • Last known status: The status of the Fleet Service Point. The status can be one of the following:
      • Healthy: The Fleet Service Point is in a healthy state.
      • Unhealthy: The Fleet Service Point is in an unhealthy state.
      • Waiting for provisioning: The Fleet Service Point has been successfully created in the Edge Cloud and is waiting to be provisioned on a host.
      • Timed out: The Fleet Service Point timed out during provisioning. This can occur when the provisioning key expires before the Fleet Service Point is successfully provisioned or when the Fleet Service Point has never successfully connected to the Edge Cloud. Fleet Service Point provisioning keys are only valid for 30 days.

        If this occurs, you must create a new Fleet Service Point.

      Tip: You can hover over the icon next to the status of the Fleet Service Point to display additional details about the status.
    • Current version: The version of the Fleet Service Point software that is currently running on the Fleet Service Point.
    • Available versions: The latest available platform version that can be applied to the Fleet Service Point.
    • Update status: The status of the last Fleet Service Point platform update. The status can be one of the following:
      • Update available
      • Update to <version> queued
      • Update to <version> running
      • Update to <version> failed
      Note: For more information on updating the Fleet Service Point platform version, refer to Updating Fleet Service Point platform versions.
    • Host name: The hostname given to the Fleet Service Point.
    • IPv4 CIDR address: The IPv4 address assigned to the Fleet Service Point in CIDR format.
    • IPv4 Gateway address: The IPv4 address of the network gateway.
    • IPv6 CIDR address: The IPv6 address assigned to the Fleet Service Point in CIDR format.
    • IPv6 Gateway address: The IPv6 address of the network gateway.
    • DNS servers: The list of DNS servers used by the Fleet Service Point.
    • HTTP proxy: The IP address or FQDN of the proxy used by the Fleet Service Point.
    • Proxy user: The username used by the Fleet Service Point to authenticate with the proxy.
    • ID: The ID of the Fleet Service Point.
    • Connected services: The name of the DNS Resolver Service that is consumed by the Fleet Service Point. You can click the name of the DNS Resolver Service to load additional information about the service deployed.