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Using Workbench

Once Workbench has been successfully deployed, you can use the Workbench Client to configure, control and use the Workbench features. To access the Workbench Client, open a web browser and navigate to:




Replace the <workbench-host> variable in the URL with the host name or IP address of the host where Workbench Server was installed.

  • To enable HTTPS secure browser communication with Workbench, use the configuration steps under Configuring HTTPS for the Workbench Client.
  • The links above show the default ports. If you configured different ports, adjust these links accordingly.

When you enter one of the links above in a web browser, the Workbench login screen is displayed.

Workbench Login Screen

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Use your Configuration Server login credentials to login to Workbench.

Once logged in, you will see the Main Menu.

Workbench Main Menu

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Click an icon in the graphical main menu or an accompanying text selection at the left to access one of theWorkbench main functions:

  • Dashboard – Use the troubleshooting dashboard to see at-a-glance health metrics and heat maps of your environment, and the Event Correlation display to analyze issues using data from multiple sources.
  • Log Analysis – View and analyze log files to help identify the source of problems in the environment.
  • Alarm Monitoring – View and acknowledge alarms detected by Workbench in your environment.
  • Channel Monitoring – Create and schedule test calls, and view errors and alerts

From the Main Menu, you can also Log out of Workbench and select the i icon at the top right to see the Workbench version.

This page was last modified on May 30, 2017, at 11:39.


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