Solved1.30K views25th September 2020elements replication web interface 5 Bruno Nogueira [SLC]50 22nd September 2020 0 Comments Hi, Is it possible to reach the Web Interface on a given Element card, when accessing it via a Replicated Element? Thanks. Bruno Nogueira [SLC] Selected answer as best 25th September 2020 3 Answers ActiveVotedNewestOldest 6 Ben Vandenberghe [SLC] [DevOps Enabler]7.33K Posted 22nd September 2020 2 Comments Did a quick test, and this confirms the below. The replicated element has a 'web page' (as this is defined in the driver that it uses), but it fails to construct the URL, because it has no polling IP. Ben Vandenberghe [SLC] [DevOps Enabler] Unselected an answer 23rd September 2020 Bruno Nogueira [SLC] commented 23rd September 2020 Thank you for your feedback. Do we see any business value in changing this behavior going forward? Ben Vandenberghe [SLC] [DevOps Enabler] commented 23rd September 2020 It would require some modifications (i.e. we would have to adapt software to stream the polling IP of the source element along with the raw metrics to the destination element, and to get it into the source IP polling of the destination element or at least to have the embedded webpage feature to recognize and use this ‘alternative’ polling IP). And it would only serve a limited number of cases where this capability can effectively be used (because it was really designed to pass on resources from the DMS of one company to the DMS of another company – and if that’s the case, the polling IP address will not even be reachable from within the network of the destination, and therefore this feature will still not work). I assume that the polling IP address in this case is reachable in the destination DMS ecosystem (because else this would be a mute discussion), and then I wonder if this one use case cannot be addressed with a work-around (e.g. if the number of elements that are replicated and need this are limited, you can edit the Visual Overview on the replicated element and add the native web page in there as an embedded webpage). Would that be an option? You are viewing 1 out of 3 answers, click here to view all answers. Please login to be able to comment or post an answer.