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Use these procedures to manage Lumeta Command Centers, Portals, Enterprise Scouts, and Cloud Scouts. 

Connecting an Lumeta System

To monitor a remote zone, connect an Lumeta Scout as follows:

  1. In Lumeta, browse to Settings > Lumeta Systems.
    Note: "Lumeta" was formerly known as "Spectre."
  2. In the Available Systems pane, enter the system name or IP address of the Lumeta Scout to which you want to connect.
  3. Click Add.
    The systems connect and information about the remote system's name, version, and UUID display.

Disconnecting a System

To stop monitoring a remote zone, disconnect the Lumeta Scout associated with it. When upgrading to a new version of Lumeta, you may leave your systems (including Scouts) connected. This is an enhancement and was not always the case.

  1. In Lumeta, browse to Settings > Spectre Systems.
  2. In the Available Systems column, select Scout you want to disconnect.
  3. Click Delete System.
  4. Click the red X to disconnect the system.
  5. Click OK to confirm.

Identifying Your Local System & Connected System

Open the System tab to display the information on your installation including its system name, type (e.g., Command Center or Scout), version, user identifier  (UUID), initiator, and last connection time.

  1. In Lumeta, browse to Settings > Lumeta Systems.
  2. In the Available Systems column, select a Lumeta system from the list.
    System information, license information, interface information, and any CEF information for that Lumeta system displays in the adjacent panes.

Upgrading an Lumeta System

Before upgrading a Scout, download the upgrade file you need to your local system.

To upgrade from the Lumeta browser interface:

  1. Browse to the system name or IP address of your Scout (e.g., 10.9.0.42).
  2. Click Ugrade and upload the Scout upgrade package from your local system.

To upgrade from the Lumeta  CLI:

  1. Login to your Lumeta system via ssh.
  2. Run the CLI command:
    system upgrade <path to the upgrade file>.
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