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Remote Connection to OpsCenter

Created: 21 Jun 2013 | 5 comments

Question I have went though the admin guide, and I have search around but I am not sure this has been asked.

We are not your tipical help desk where I works we do a little of everything.

I just installed OpsCenter on or 7.5.0.5 Netbackup server and love the restore you can do.  searching for files etc.

I created everyone in my group "since we all do restores" a ID on OpsCenter.

Problem I see is this is install on my Master/Media and I don't want them all signing into this.  Is there a way to remotly connect to this from the browser on there desktop?

Thanks

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MilesVScott's picture

It is on page 5 of this document:

http://eval.symantec.com/mktginfo/enterprise/white_papers/b-nbu_7_opscenter_analytics_WP.en-us.pdf

http://<hostname>/opscenter

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NBU 7.1.0.3,Win 2k3 Enterprise x64 SP2

Miles Scott | Holland & Knight
IT Infrastructure Specialist

NathanNieman's picture

Ok that works on the server opscenter is installed. "How I set it up etc."

But on my PC where it isn't installed I get a the connection has timed out server taking too long to respond.

Guessing I might need to open something on the firewall since this is server 2008 R2.

MilesVScott's picture
"Note: By default, OpsCenter tries to run on port 80 (HTTP). If port 80 is not
available, OpsCenter can use a different port. To know the HTTP and HTTPS
port that OpsCenter uses, run the configurePorts utility. Run
INSTALL_PATH\OpsCenter\gui\bin\goodies\configurePorts.bat -status
on Windows hosts"

If my answer was helpful, please mark as a solution so others can benefit as well.

NBU 7.1.0.3,Win 2k3 Enterprise x64 SP2

Miles Scott | Holland & Knight
IT Infrastructure Specialist

NathanNieman's picture

80 is open but I will try the configreports.bat

NathanNieman's picture

Issue was in Windows 2008 you have to add the rules to the firewall for 440, and 80.   Once this was done we are able to connect to it remotely.

would be really cool if Netbackup/Opscenter would write a script to add all the file wall rules for you so I don't have to touch every new server.