Using the Node Local Admin GUI

With Zoom Node, while services and modules can be managed from the web, admins can also use the Local Admin Portal to manage and troubleshoot their Zoom Node server. 

This article covers:

Prerequisites for using the Node Local Admin GUI

How to access the Node Local Admin GUI

  1. Sign in to the Zoom web portal.
  2. In the navigation menu, click Node Management, then click Modules.
  3. Click the drop-down button , and select the desired module type.
  4. Click the Nodes tab, then Confirmed Nodes.
  5. Next to the desired Node server, click the More button .
  6. Click Local Admin Portal.
  7. The Zoom Node local Web Console login screen will appear.
  8. Enter the username and password for the console.


The Home page displays the current status of the Node server, as well as the status of the deployed services on the Node server. In addition, the hostname can be updated by:

  1. To the right of Host Name, click Rename.
  2. Enter the new hostname and click Set.


On the Network page, admins can view the status and configuration for a network interface, view and manage the routing table, as well as configure and manage a proxy server. 

Managing network interfaces

To update a network interface that has been added to the Node server:

  1. In the Node Local Admin GUI, click Network
  2. Click the Interface tab.
  3. To the right of the interface name, click Configure
  4. For Configuration set whether the network interface will be configured Manually or Automatically (DHCP).
  5. (Optional) If configuring the interface manually, enter the following: 
    • Gateway: Enter the Gateway address.
    • IP Address: Add or remove IP addresses for the interface.
    • DNS servers: Add or remove DNS server addresses for the interface.
  6. Click Save.

Managing the route table

Adding routes

To add a route to the table:

  1. In the Node Local Admin GUI, click Network
  2. Click the Routing Table tab.
  3. Click Add.
  4. Under Interface, select the network interface where the route will be assigned. 
  5. Under Destination, enter the address or range for the route.
  6. Under Gateway, enter the address of the network gateway.
  7. Click Add.

Deleting a route

To delete a route from the table:

  1. In the Node Local Admin GUI, click Network
  2. Click the Routing Table tab.
  3. Click Delete.
  4. Enter the number of the route.
    Note: This number is displayed on the routing table.
  5. Click Delete.

Setting up a proxy server

Note: Meeting traffic will not be routed via the proxy server. 

  1. In the Node Local Admin GUI, click Network
  2. Click the Proxy tab.
  3. Click Setup.
  4. Enable Use a proxy server.
  5. Enter the Address for the proxy server.
  6. Enter the Port for the proxy server.
  7. (Optional) If the proxy server requires authentication, enable Proxy server requires password, and enter the authentication credentials. 
  8. Click Add.

Node Agent

On the Node Agent page, the Zoom Node server can be registered with your Zoom Account. In addition, admins can remove the Zoom Node Agent as well as check the logs for the Zoom Node Agent install. 


On the Certificate page, the TLS certificate can be configured for the Node server if not using AutoPKI. 


On the Diagnostics page, admins can run diagnostic tests to verify and troubleshoot issues with the Node server. In addition, on the Connectivity tab, the status of the necessary connections for the Node server can be verified.

Available diagnostics 


On the Network tab, the following diagnostic tests are available:


On the CPU tab, admins can test the CPU Usage for the Node server.


On the Memory tab, admins can test the Memory Usage for the Node server.


On the Disk tab, admins can test the Disk Usage for the Node server.


On the NFS tab, admins can test the Network File System (NFS) storage for the Node server, including the NFS statistics (VMstat) and NFS reports (exporfts) diagnostics.


On the Logs tab, admins can download the process and error log files for the Node server and installed services.


On the Advanced page, Admins can update the server login password, as well as reboot the server. 

Updating the Node server's local password

To update the Node server’s local password:

  1. In the Node Local Admin GUI, click Advanced
  2. Next to Password, click Change Password.
  3. Enter the Current Password for the server.
  4. Enter the New Password, and confirm the password in the field below. 
  5. Click Change