Set up your remote target, then follow the instructions below:
Step 1: Go to the Create Configuration page. Step 2: Select Add Remote Target next to the Environment table. Step 3: Fill in the fields shown in the figure and table below. If you are behind a corporate proxy, select the Use Proxy box and provide proxy information.
|Hostname||Name of the host or the IP address for the remote machine. Example: my-machine.remote-host.com|
|Port||Port for the SSH connection to the remote machine. Default: 22|
|Target Name||Alias name of the remote machine in the DL Workbench. Example: My Machine|
|User||User name for the passwordless SSH connection to the remote machine. If you use GPU or MYRIAD devices, sudo privileges for the user are required. Example: root|
|SSH Key||Private SSH key for authenticated connection to the remote machine. It is generated with the public key that you copy to the remote machine.|
|HTTP, HTTPS Proxy Hostname||Hostname or IP address for the proxy server connection. Required if the remote machine is behind a proxy.|
|HTTP, HTTPS Proxy Port||Port for the proxy server connection. Required if the remote machine is behind a proxy.|
|Proxy-server Username||User name for the proxy server connection. Required if your proxy server uses a password.|
|Proxy-server Password||Password for the proxy server connection. Required if your proxy server uses a password.|
Step 4: Click Add. The machine is listed to the Target Machines table with a status of Configuring:
The Configuration Status and Connection Status tables show you the configuration progress. Click Details to review a log at each stage.
See Troubleshooting to address a Warning or Failure:
Refer to Troubleshooting to fix an issue.
Failure indicates issues that prevent using the remote target. Refer to Troubleshooting to fix an issue: