III. Access the Batfish Enterprise dashboard
Point your browser (we recommend Chrome) to https://localhost:9443/. The service comes with a private SSL certificate, so you will see the following screen the first time you access it.
Click Advanced which will update the page, as shown below
Click Proceed to localhost (unsafe) at the bottom of the page to access the Batfish Enterprise dashboard. Communication with the Batfish Enterprise service is safe and encrypted. The warning is the byproduct of the private SSL certificate the service is using.
The first time you log in, you will be asked to enter the trial activation key and acknowledge the trial license agreement. Both the key and the agreement were emailed to you.
After that, Batfish Enterprise will start collecting your AWS configuration and state for supported features. Depending upon the size of your AWS deployment, this could take about 5 minutes.
An example AWS network has been bundled into the service, which you can explore while Batfish Enterprise is collecting information about your AWS deployment. You can access that network using the drop down on the top left (to the right of “AWS”).
As soon as the first snapshot is created, the dashboard will refresh and you will see your AWS topology.