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Cisco CNR GUI interface doesn't see server

Does anyone know what the network requirements are, for a GUI client on a windows machine to see its server? I installed 5.5.10, and I can bring up the GUI on the localhost just fine, but another machine on the LAN, with the GUI installed, does not see the server. The GUI client is known good, because it can see a seperate test server also running 5.5.10.

--Alex alex.batson@honeywell-tsi.com

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Re: Cisco CNR GUI interface doesn't see server

The Server Menu in the GUI is active if a server has been selected in the Server Manager window. The following documents on Administering Network Registrar shouly help in doing that.

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/rtrmgmt/ciscoasu/nr/nr50/nrug/03interf.htm#xtocid19

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/rtrmgmt/ciscoasu/nr/nr50/nrug/04admin.htm#12454

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Re: Cisco CNR GUI interface doesn't see server

If you can ping the server from that client machine, the GUI should be able to see it too. All you need to do is add that cluster to the GUI.

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