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Change Https Port in a CUCM 5.1(3)

Hi experts, i have a Cisco Unified Comunications Manager 5.1(3) and need to change the HTTPS port to access the web administration interface, pretty much since the customer had acomplished this same feature on a CallManager 4.X version. I know that it could be acomplished via the ISS on windows, but is there a way on the server CUCM 5.1(3) on Linux?

Thanks in advance

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Re: Change Https Port in a CUCM 5.1(3)

AFAIK this can not be changed, you don't have access to the Tomcat which is the one that handles the web pages in 5/6 versions

HTH

javalenc

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HTH

java

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Re: Change Https Port in a CUCM 5.1(3)

If you have a NAT device/firewall, you could front end all communication for web via that device and translate the port to something else. On the back end, the nat device should send all communications via the regular https port.

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Cisco Employee

Re: Change Https Port in a CUCM 5.1(3)

AFAIK this can not be changed, you don't have access to the Tomcat which is the one that handles the web pages in 5/6 versions

HTH

javalenc

if this helps, please rate

HTH

java

if this helps, please rate

www.cisco.com/go/pdi

Re: Change Https Port in a CUCM 5.1(3)

If you have a NAT device/firewall, you could front end all communication for web via that device and translate the port to something else. On the back end, the nat device should send all communications via the regular https port.

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