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Configuring RME Server Credentials

I wanted to have Cworks fix a problem for me from CM. It wants to use RME to run the job which is fine. It told me I had to configure the RME server creds. I have a question about some of the fields.

RME Server Name: Is this the name of my Cworks server?

RME Server Port: Again is this the server port that my cworks server uses?

RME Server Protocol: It only gives me the options of http and https, are these my only options because I don't have http or https configured on my switches by default?

Mario

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Re: Configuring RME Server Credentials

The RME Server name is the hostname of the server running RME. If RME is installed on the same box as Campus Manager, then this is the hostname of the local server.

The same thing is true for the port. Enter the port that you use to access RME. By default, this is 1741 for HTTP and 443 for HTTPS.

These settings have nothing to do with device access. They are solely used for server access. If you see https:// when you access RME, then use https as your protocol. If you see http:// then use http.

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Re: Configuring RME Server Credentials

The RME Server name is the hostname of the server running RME. If RME is installed on the same box as Campus Manager, then this is the hostname of the local server.

The same thing is true for the port. Enter the port that you use to access RME. By default, this is 1741 for HTTP and 443 for HTTPS.

These settings have nothing to do with device access. They are solely used for server access. If you see https:// when you access RME, then use https as your protocol. If you see http:// then use http.

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Re: Configuring RME Server Credentials

Thanks. That did the trick.

Mario

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