Installation Requirements of Amnpardaz Server Console (Padvish Management Console)

Programming installation method

You can install Padvish Management Console in 3 following ways:

  1. Installing based on a central server: this mode has the least complexity and it is suitable for most small to medium size networks (under 1000 clients). In this way, you only install a Padvish Management Server and all clients connect to it to manage and receive updates.
  2. Installing based on multiple separated servers: in this mode, the network will divide into some sections and the server installs separately in each section. All servers are manageable from a unified management console, but due to managerial reasons, a hierarchical system is not defined among them.
  3. Installing based on hierarchical structure (Master/Slave): Padvish Management Server gives you the ability to implement it as a hierarchical structure (server under server) up to several levels. This mode is suitable for networks with geographical distribution or large and massive big networks. In his mode, each section of the network has its own server and all servers connect to central servers through one or more interfaces and they can be managed both centrally and separately.

In each of the two following cases, it is better to go to the installation of hierarchical structure:

  1. If your clients are geographically separated: as an example in an organization with various buildings in a different part of the city, usually the network link among two buildings is limited in terms of bandwidth. In this case, it is better for each building to have its own management server, so that the updates and traffic do not fall on the link between buildings. These servers can be managed under a unit server.
  2. If your client numbers are close or more than 5000:  as the number of managed clients under a server increased, load and the pressure on the server increase, and more resources are needed. By dividing clients on different servers, this load will be divided and decreased.

Network with less than 500 clients

Requirements for installing Amnpardaz Management Server to managing a network up to 500 clients are as follows:

Operation Systems

Window Server 2003 and higher (rather the latest version of the Windows)

Windows seven and higher (it is better to use Windows Server)

RAM 8gigabyte
Hard Disk free space About 100 gigabyte
CPU preferably above 4 cores
The above values are recommended for balanced network load. Depending on network load, installation for lower or higher specifications is also possible.

Network among 500 to 1000 clients

Requirements for installing Amnpardaz Management Server to managing a network among 500  to 1000 clients which directly connects to the server is as follows:

Operation Systems

Windows Server 2003 and higher (rather the latest Windows version)

Windows Seven and higher (rather use Windows Server)

RAM 16 gigabyte
Hard Disk free space About 200 gigabyte
CPU Preferably above 4 cores
The above values are recommended for a balanced network load. Depending on network load, installation for lower or higher specifications is also possible.

Network among 1000 to 5000 clients

Requirements for installing Amnpardaz management server to managing a network among 1000 to 5000 clients which directly connects to server is as follows:

Operation System

Windows Server 2003 and above (rather the latest Windows version)

Windows 7 and above (rather use Windows Server)

RAM 128 gigabyte
Hard Disk free space About 500 gigabyte
CPU Preferably above 48 cores
If possible, it is better to divide loads between clients and use a hierarchical structure for installation. So, the specifications of each server depend only on the number of clients under its management.

Network more than 5000 clients

Requirements for installation AmnPardaz management server to managing a network of more than 5000 clients, which is directly connected to the server is as follows:

Operation System

Windows Server 2003 and above (rather the latest Windows version)

Windows 7 and above (rather use Windows Server)

RAM 48 gigabyte
Hard Disk free space About 400 gigabyte
CPU Preferably above 16 cores
If possible, it is better to divide loads between clients and use a hierarchical structure for installation. So, the specifications of each server depend only on the number of clients under its management

Networks requirements (general)          

Definition Default Port No. The Direction of Connection
Connecting Padvish client to Padvish Management Server TCP/13911 Client to Server
Connecting Padvish Management Console to Management Server TCP/13911 Console to Server
Connecting Slave Server to Master Server TCP/13911 Slave to Master 
Managing Slave Server by Master Server TCP/13911 Master to Slave
All connections are encrypted and protected with SSL protocol

In case that there is a way connection between the Slave server and Master server (means that only Slave is connected to Master) it can receive license and updates, but the possibility for the Master server to apply settings on the Slave server is no longer available.

Default Port No. is 13911 and it can be changed in the Padvish management console.

For using remote installation and discovery in the Padvish management console, in addition to the above-mentioned cases, their requirements are needed.

Internet connections

Definition Default Port No. The Direction of Connection
Receiving updates by the client or Padvish Management Server eps.update.amnpardaz.com:443
eps.update.amnpardaz.com:80
Server to the Internet
Activating Padvish Management Server license.amnpardaz.com:443 Server to the Internet
Connecting to Padvish Cloud Network cloud.amnpardaz.com:443
cloudscanner.amnpardaz.com:443
Clients to the Internet
The above requirements are relevant to internet-connected networks. It is possible to update and activate them without the internet.

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