CVP uses nginx to terminate all the HTTPS connections for which the nginx needs to be configured with a certificate.  This certificate could either be self-signed or signed by the CA. Figure 1 shows the generation and installation of self-signed certificates.

For these events user rules need to be configured for each event. The user needs to define what the threshold is for the HTTP response time or jitter. After the rules are configured the events will trigger if values above these thresholds are seen. 

Starting from CVP 2022.1.0 it is possible to generate a CSR from the Certificates UI on the Settings and Tools page with an optional SAN IP field. Once an external CA provides the certificate from the CSR, it then can be uploaded back to CVP.

RADIUS/TACACS Server Ordering allows users to change the priority of RADIUS and TACACS servers and specify which server to try and authenticate with first.

CVP shell allows users to choose a deployment type during the configuration step of installation. A deployment type can be understood as a special resource and component model based on a particular use case. This allows users to pick a CVP profile that fits their specific use case.

Syslog panel is a dashboard element that allows to you view log messages for the devices both in real-time or a selected timeframe.