Logging in to the console for a cluster in the expanded deploymentAdded by IBM on November 23, 2011 | Version 1 (Original)
|In a cluster, you log in to the console used by the Deployment Manager.
In a cluster, you log in to the console used by the Deployment Manager.
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With the cluster's Deployment Manager started, follow these steps to log in.
If you deployed the cluster using the Sametime System Console as the Deployment Manager, log in to the System Console. If you deployed the cluster using a dedicated Deployment Manager, log in to that server's console.
- From a browser, enter the following URL, replacing serverhostname.domain with the fully qualified domain name of the Sametime System Console server. Specify port 8700 for all platforms except IBM® i.
Note: Another option is to enter the following URL. Note that this is https and the port number is 8701:https://serverhostname.domain:8701/ibm/console
IBM i: The port number may not be 8700. Use the port that was listed in the Sametime® System Console installation results summary. To check the port, open the AboutThisProfile.txt file for the Sametime System Console Deployment Manager Profile and use the setting specified for the "Administrative console port." For the default profile name (STSCDmgrProfile), the file is located here:
Note: During the install process, WebSphere® security is enabled. SSL is enabled as part of the WebSphere security process and you will be directed to another port which listens for https connections.
The WebSphere Application Server Integrated Solutions Console opens.
- Enter the WebSphere Application Server User ID and password that you created when you installed Sametime System Console.
The default name is wasadmin.
- Click the Sametime System Console task to open it in the navigation tree.
What to do next
Connecting to an LDAP server
Parent topic: Logging in to the console for the expanded deployment
Starting the Sametime System Console