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Datto Network Manager: Managed Power Page Overview

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Topic

This article provides an overview of Datto Network Manager's Managed Power page.

Environment

  • Datto Network Manager
  • Datto Managed Power

Description

Datto Network Manager's Managed Power page lets you add, configure and administer managed power devices on your Datto network.

Navigating to the Managed Power page

From the Navigation menu, expand the Manage tab, then click Power.

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Figure 1: The Navigation menu (click to enlarge) 

Using the Managed Power page

The Managed Power page lets you add new managed power devices to your Datto network, manage global power settings, and manage individual devices on the network.

mceclip5.pngFigure 2: The Managed Power page (click to enlarge)

Add New

Click the Add New button to add a new device. Click here to learn more about adding Datto Managed Power devices to your network.

Beneath the Add New button, Network Manager will show a list of all Datto Managed Power devices on the network, along with the following at-a-glance information:

  • Device name and MAC address 
  • Device type
  • Model
  • IP address
  • Device status
  • Surge protection state
  • Last check-in
  • Uptime
  • The number of enabled ports
  • Device firmware version
  • Outages (represented as a horizontal bar graph covering the last three hours)
  • A column for further actions for each device

Device status and management

Click a device name to go to the Power Device Status page. Here you can view a graph of the device's power consumption, manage ports, and schedule activity. Click here to learn more about Datto Managed Power device administration. 

mceclip7.pngFigure 3: The Device Management page (click to enlarge)

Additional actions

To access other management options for each device, click the three dots in the rightmost column. Additional options are:

  • Move to Network: lets you move the router to a different network
  • Reboot: reboots the device
  • Delete Device: deletes the device from the network

mceclip9.pngFigure 4: Additional actions (click to enlarge)

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