I'd like to add a DNS Suffix to the hostname of my CSA-MC. But the CSA software doesn't notice and carry on with only the hostname and not the FQDN. It means, the Agent where there's no DNS suffix configured can't reach the CSA-MC.
Is there a way to force the CSA-MC to recognize the name with FQDN without reinstalling?
No you can't force the CSA-MC to recognize the name with FQDN without reinstallation. For the further description and Installing Management Center for Cisco Security Agents following guide may help you :
Thank you for the confirmation. I've setup a lab and I tried to reinstall and to restore a backup of the configuration. The result is the same one, the agent see only the hostname and no FQDN . Indeed Cisco says that a restore will also restore the OS specific datas. How can I reinstall and be able to get my configuration again? I tried with an export/import but it seems you lose some parameters (kits definition and maybe other??)
Login to the FXOS chassis manager.
Direct your browser to https://hostname/, and log-in using the user-name and password.
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In Syslog I also se...