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43.3 Example System

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Created on: Mar 1, 2010 8:20 AM by Zenoss API - Last Modified:  Mar 1, 2010 8:34 AM by Zenoss API

 3. Example System

The diagram below lays out an example setup. It has a central Zenoss server in the network. The network local to the Zenoss server is considered the default network within the system. The default network is treated exactly the same as a Zenoss system without Multi-Realm IP ZenPack installed.

There are two other networks shown (r1 and r2) which are behind a firewall and have the same IP space Each realm has a distributed collector located within it. The collector can be accessed from the Zenoss server using a IP translation from the firewall to map the address accessible from in front of the firewall to an address behind the firewall. Remote collectors in a multi-realm setup must be accessible from the central server using SSH.


Figure 43.1. Example IP Realm

Example IP Realm

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