I usually put the CM back in a server subnet, however it doesn't matter where you put it, just as long as it has IP connectivity to all of your WAEs.
Have you registered the WAEs with the CM? If you use the setup wizard, it should have been done for you, however you can check on a few things.
1. Each WAE needs a Primary Interface assigned, this interface should have accessability to the CM IP address. You should use the interface that you have an IP address assigned to.
2. Each WAE should have a Central Manager address specified. This can be a host name (as long as you have configured DNS on WAEs (recommended) or an IP address. Try pinging the CM from your WAE to enasure it works.
3. Each WAE should have CMS enabled. If you don't see it in the config, you go into config mode and enter "cms enable" and it should start talking to the CM that you configured in step 2.
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