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From: "Gill, Ronnie E CIV USA DOIM/SMB" <Ronnie.Gill@us.army.mil>
Date: Wed, 18 May 2005 21:59:58 -0600
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You are correct initially it is filled in with the hostname of my workstation.  That was my first though also.  I have changed it to the hostname and then to the IP of the NV server just to make sure.  In the error message the real “hostname” or IP, whichever I put in the hostname field of the log on screen, is in the place of hostname below.  If by installing the web console client you mean installing from the /usr/OV/www/wwwroot/download/nvwinstall.exe that is what I have installed now.  I did get the installer after I upgraded to FP3 so the versions should be good.  I appreciate your help.




Ronnie Gill

Network Operations


Fort Carson, CO


From: owner-nv-l@lists.us.ibm.com [mailto:owner-nv-l@lists.us.ibm.com] On Behalf Of Leslie Clark
Sent: Wednesday, May 18, 2005 9:34 PM
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This may be a dumb question, but what exactly does the string 'Cannot connect to the Web Server at hostname:8080' say? Does it perhaps say, instead of hostname, the name of our PC? Every single customer that I have walked through this has neglected to specify the name of the Netview server in that authentication box. When first installed, it is filled with the name of your PC.  Just thought I'd ask.


Leslie A. Clark
IBM Global Services - Systems Mgmt & Networking
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"Glen Warn" <Glen.Warn@pemcocorp.com>
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05/18/2005 08:20 PM

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RE: [nv-l] Web Console




I've had the same problem and my work around was to install the web console client.  Doing so allowed me to work fine - just that it was outside of my standard browser.  Be aware though, I think there are specific versions of this client that should be sync'd with the version of the fixpack you are running.
Good luck,
Glen Warn
PEMCO Corporation Computer Services (PCCS)

From: owner-nv-l@lists.us.ibm.com [mailto:owner-nv-l@lists.us.ibm.com] On Behalf Of Gill, Ronnie E CIV USA DOIM/SMB
Wednesday, May 18, 2005 1:44 PM
[nv-l] Web Console

I am relatively new to NetView and am having trouble getting the Web Console to work.  We are using NV 7.1.4 FP3 on a Solaris 9 O/S.  I go through the Server Setup and enable all of the Web Console Daemons as well as set up users in the Configure Web Console Security area.  I then install the client on a WinXP workstation and try to connect.  Needless to say the connection fails with the following error:
Cannot connect to the Web Server at hostname:8080
Contact the administrator.
I run a “ps –ef | grep jetty.sh” and receive the following information:
root  9671  7618  0   May 16 ?        0:00 /usr/OV/service/spmsur -w 15 /usr/OV/www/bin/jetty.sh
I have looked in the documentation as well as searched the list archives and cannot find anything that I’m doing incorrectly.  Anyone out there have any ideas as to what my problem could be?
Ronnie Gill
Network Operations
Fort Carson, CO

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