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- Launch Web Console<snip>
href='https://172.17.210.96:6789/'>Launch Web Console
Unable to load resource: http://172.17.35.18:8080/smconsole.jnlpDoes your SunMC Server have more than one network interface? (there are 2 different IPs in your error messages: which one is your Server?)
If the port 6789 link is broken it's possible that web server isn't running: try a "/usr/sbin/smcwebserver restart"
If you you installed a new interface after the SunMC Server software you may need to use the /opt/SUNWsymon/esmultiip command to add the new IP (use it with the "-l" flag to list the IPs your Server is using now).
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i, are you trying to connect to sun mc web, from windows?, ...... i only can connect from solaris, because the tool redirections to a local direction (loopback), such as 127.0.0.1, inside the os.
You can use hummingbird to get the X11, to connect from a windows machine
The server is dual home.
Both IPs are added to sunMC
I didn't have this problem with sunMC 3.6. that was installed on this exact same server.
# /opt/SUNWsymon/sbin/esmultiip -l Multi IP configured with active interfaces "172.17.35.18 172.17.210.96" #
I uninstalled sunMC 3.6 and installed sunMC 4.0.
I was trying using firefox on a windows workstation.
And you are right. Running netstat shows that localhost is listening to port 6789
So, I used Cygwin/X from a windows workstation and got the Web console by using mozilla browser with URL https://localhost:6789. But, when using URL with the hostname and port 8080, I got the usual Welcome to Sun Management Center. When I clicked on the link "Launch Web Console", this time I got an alert:
# netstat -an | grep 678 127.0.0.1.6788 *.* 0 0 49152 0 LISTEN 127.0.0.1.6789 *.* 0 0 49152 0 LISTEN #
However, one must wonder why this redirection to localhost IP?.
The connection was refused when attempting to contact 172.17.35.18:6789
Shouldn't the the host IP be listening to the port 6789?
Is it a bug in sunMC 4.0? I didn't have this type of problem with sunMC 3.6
Edited by: shen on Jan 21, 2008 11:22 PM
Try the following:
# svccfg -s svc:/system/webconsole setprop options/tcp_listen = true
# svcadm disable svc:/system/webconsole
# svcadm enable svc:/system/webconsole
External access to Java Web Console was restored.
Ports 6788 and 6789 are no longer restricted to localhost.
I can browse sunMC 4.0 Web console from any workstation and/or host now.
Is external access to Java Web Console disabled by default?
# svccfg svc:> select system/webconsole svc:/system/webconsole> listprop options application options/stability astring Evolving options/tcp_listen boolean false console-multi-user dependency console-multi-user/entities fmri svc:/milestone/multi-user console-multi-user/grouping astring require_all console-multi-user/restart_on astring none console-multi-user/type astring service general framework general/entity_stability astring Unstable svc:/system/webconsole> setprop options/tcp_listen=true svc:/system/webconsole> listprop options application options/stability astring Evolving options/tcp_listen boolean true console-multi-user dependency console-multi-user/entities fmri svc:/milestone/multi-user console-multi-user/grouping astring require_all console-multi-user/restart_on astring none console-multi-user/type astring service general framework general/entity_stability astring Unstable svc:/system/webconsole> quit # svcadm disable svc:/system/webconsole # svcadm enable svc:/system/webconsole # netstat -an | grep 678 *.6788 *.* 0 0 49152 0 LISTEN *.6789 *.* 0 0 49152 0 LISTEN #
Is this procedure documented in any of sunMC manuals?
If not then it should. At minimum, on the release notes.
I don't believe it's in any of the official documents. I've posted it in our knowledge base: http://forums.halcyoninc.com/showthread.php?p=92#post92
Hopefully the next person running into this problem will be able to find the solution.
thanks, so much.
After a year of posting this here , it was helpful to me here .
i chick The Sun Management Center application from our station it is up and running, then I went to operation room to chick the admin stations 1 but I couldnt start the sunmc (Sun Management Center) I face An error occurred while launching/running the application:
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Unable to load resource: http://10.128.51.56:8080/smconsole.jnlp
It is worked for me too !!
Great Help.... I used this last week, worked great... Then I found this. http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/817-1985/gdhgt?l=en&a=view .