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SIRIS, ALTO, and NAS: Device Overview

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This article describes the Device Overview page that is part of the Datto device's Remote Web interface.

Environment

  • Datto SIRIS
  • Datto ALTO
  • Datto NAS

Description

This page is the main screen when you log into the Datto device either locally or remotely. For instructions to log into the Datto device, see Accessing Remote Web.


Figure 1: Device Overview (click to enlarge)

Device Information

This section displays all hardware and device level information for the device:

  • Device Serial: The serial number of the device, which is also the MAC address of the primary NIC.
  • Device IP Address: The local IP address for the device
  • Total Protected Data: The total amount of data that is being protected by the Datto device. This amount is calculated from the space that the data consumes on the protected machines. It does not represent the amount of space that is used on the Datto device.
  • Version (Device / SpeedSync): These version numbers refer to the device's Datto OS version and the version of SpeedSync, which is the program that replicates the device's data to Cloud storage.
  • Last Checkin (Click to Force): A timestamp of how long it has been since the appliance successfully checked in with Datto's monitoring servers. If you would like to force a checkin, click the time (in blue, for example, "5 Minutes Ago").
  • Off-Site Server: The IP address of the Cloud storage server to which this Datto device replicates its data.
  • Off-Site Sync Speed: The average speed of Cloud storage replication
  • LAN Link Speed: The speed of your local LAN
  • Number of Agents: The number of protected machines that back up to this device

Local Storage Usage

This section displays the individual storage used on the device for all agents and NAS shares.

Figure 2: Local Storage (click to enlarge)

  • Local Free: The amount of free space on the device.
  • Offsite Transfer Files: The storage used by the Offsite Transfer Files. These files are built by the unit to replicate its data to the Cloud storage server. Upon replication, the files are deleted.
  • Agents: For each protected machine, you will see an entry showing how much space it is using on the device.
  • NAS Shares: Each NAS share has an entry displaying how much space it is using on the device.

Replication Status

This section displays the offsite synchronization status for all protected machines or NAS shares on a Datto device.

Figure 3: Replication Status (click to enlarge)

Local Agent Information

Figure 4: Local Agent Information (click to enlarge)

On SIRIS and ALTO, this section displays the following information for each machine that the device protects:

  • Hostname: The Computer Name of the machine, or whatever name the Datto appliance pulled as a hostname.
  • Network Addr: The IP address of the machine.
  • Latest Backup: The time that the machine was last backed up to the device.
  • OS Version: The version of the OS of the protected machine.
  • CPUs/RAM: The number of CPUs and the amount of RAM on the protected machine.
  • Agent Version: Version of the backup agent software.
  • Driver Version: Version of the backup driver software.

Local Share Information


Figure 5: Local Share Information (click to enlarge)

On a Datto NAS device, this section displays individual NAS Share specific information:

  • Share Name: The name of the share, as configured in Configure Share Settings.
  • Latest Snapshot: The time when the latest snapshot was taken.
  • Snapshot Storage: The amount of space taken by the latest snapshot.
  • NAS Storage: The amount of space that the NAS share is using on the device.
  • Total Storage: The total amount of space that the NAS share is using on the device.

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