In a web browser go to the
a regular connection, or
https. The ports used can be customized as described in
Please make sure that no firewalls are blocking these ports on the
client system, the server, or in the network.
Although for ease of use, using a web browser to connect to sFlowTrend-Pro is recommended, it is also possible to use the legacy Java client. To use this, run the sFlowTrend-Pro Local Client on the same system as the service, or install and run the sFlowTrend-Pro Remote Client on another system, and connect to the system running the service.
To use the Java remote client, launch the client (using Connection dialog will be shown:→ → → on Windows). The
Enter the name or IP address of the server, and if you have configured user authentication to control access (see Section 13.4, “Configuring user authentication ”), the user and password for the connection. If user authentication is disabled on the server, then the user name and password can be left blank and will be ignored.
The client will use
TCP port 8087, by default, to connect to the
make sure that no firewalls are blocking this port on the
client system, the server, or in the network. If the server
that you would like to connect to has been configured to use a
different port (see
Section 15.1, “Server custom configuration settings”), click
the button, and enter
the port used by the server.