Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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ZCM and DNS for OES 2

This is a new thread to continue what was discussed earlier in my
previous thread.

Background: I have a server that had SLES 10 SP1 installed, then ZCM,
then OES2. After the install of OES2 the ZCM stuff stopped working
because of port conflicts. So, I added a new IP address to the server,
called it zcm-services and put ZCM on that IP address. Things just
didn't work right. So, I swapped them around: ZCM was on the original
IP address and the OES stuff was on the new IP address. Works MUCH
better. Now after the upgrade to 10.1 the certificates were generated
over again and the clients (2 of them) can't communicate with the server
until I unregister and reregister them.

So, now my question. How should I set this server up (including DNS
recommendations)? Should I do this?

Install SLES 10 SP1
Install OES 2 (can this be a different IP address from the start?)
Install ZCM

Is that the best way to do it? Moving OES 2 to a different IP address
is kind of difficult because of name mismatches.
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jaredljennings Absent Member.
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Re: ZCM and DNS for OES 2

Wouldn't it be easier to fix ZCM than re-install the OS?

I slighly remimber some of the problems that where around after changing the IP for ZCM, but we would have to do this all again when re-installing the OS and products.

ZCM or OES ask for IP information during the install. The IP and Port assignment changes must all be made after the individual product installs.

Now, I believe ZCM does prompt for other ports that should be used instead, if the install determines ports 80 and 443 are already in use. Would this work for you?
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jaredljennings Absent Member.
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Re: ZCM and DNS for OES 2

Sorry if this seems as if I am going back on what I posted in your first thread. I had forgotten that the installs do not prompt for any IP configuration settings, even if there are two IP's already bound.
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