NNMi to NPS URL redirection issue after NPS migration
I just moved our NPS (Ver 10.0, Linux) to different server and tried to run nnmenableperfspi.ovpl, everthing went well other than the following error. Due to this NNMi to NPS report menu is not launchable. (ETL is working fine.)
Exporting host and port property https://newnps.localdomain.com:9305
ERROR: Could not update property https://newnps.localdomain.com:9305 due to exception org.jboss.ws.metadata.wsdl.WSDLException: Cannot connect to: http://NNMi.localdomain.com:80/ExtPropertiesBeanService/ExtPropertiesBean?wsdl
Exporting domain property .amprogers.com
ERROR: Could not update property .amprogers.com due to exception org.jboss.ws.metadata.wsdl.WSDLException: Cannot connect to: http://NNMi.localdomain.com:80/ExtPropertiesBeanService/ExtPropertiesBean?wsdl.
Intrestingly when i try to open the WSDL URL on my own within server by replacing FQDN with localhost the wget works.
Server is listening only on local host for HTTP and the config failed.
Anyone can help me.
COMMAND PID USER FD TYPE DEVICE SIZE/OFF NODE NAME
ovjboss 27502 nmsproc 592u IPv4 102120156 0t0 TCP localhost:http (LISTEN)
Re: NNMi to NPS URL redirection issue after NPS migration
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