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vlee93 Absent Member.
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Access Manager Administration Console

Hello All,

I am trying to setup access manager 4.3 on a linux environment and am having some trouble accessing the administration console.
When I attempt to log onto the administration console I get a connection has timed out error.

I am using this as a guide
http://www.netiq.com/documentation/access-manager-43-appliance/install_upgrade/data/b139b2ny.html

It says "If the hostname of your Access Manager Appliance is www.host.com, you would enter http://www.host.com:8080/nps."
Following that template but replacing the hostname with mine still gets me a time out error.

Does anyone have any advice?

Thank you.

- Victoria
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simeonof
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Re: Access Manager Administration Console

vlee93;2459026 wrote:
Hello All,

I am trying to setup access manager 4.3 on a linux environment and am having some trouble accessing the administration console.
When I attempt to log onto the administration console I get a connection has timed out error.

I am using this as a guide
http://www.netiq.com/documentation/access-manager-43-appliance/install_upgrade/data/b139b2ny.html

It says "If the hostname of your Access Manager Appliance is www.host.com, you would enter http://www.host.com:8080/nps."
Following that template but replacing the hostname with mine still gets me a time out error.

Does anyone have any advice?

Thank you.

- Victoria


try https://www.host.com/nps if this is an appliance

try https://hotname.host.com:8443/nps if this is a standalone AdminConsole server
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Re: Access Manager Administration Console

Be sure the firewall on the admin console box allows access to wherever
iManager (the UI for the Admin Console (AC)) is. That is usually TCP
8443, but could be 2443 if you have the admin console and the Identity
Provider (IDP) on the same box.

Start by going to the AC and asking it what is listening where;


sudo /usr/sbin/ss -planeto | grep 'LISTEN '
sudo /usr/sbin/iptables -nvL


Post the output here, please.


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