I'm currently trying to install the Cisco LMS 4.2 Appliance on a VMware vSphere 4.0 environment.I'm following the [URL]. I downloaded the Cisco_Prime_LAN_Management_Solution_4_2.iso and I started the server.I get this screen and I choose option 1:
I'm with problems to migrate the ACS 5.1 hardware to ACS 5.1 vmware. In my infraestructure I have a appliance with ACS 5.1 and I need to migrate to vmware to do HA. I installed vmware as the Cisco ACS recommendations. I made a backup of the ACS hardware and copied the local disk vmware ACS.
When I start the restore process after a few minutes an error occurs:
UMA/admin# dir Directory of disk:/ 33293306 Jun 08 2011 16:51:38 bkp-production-110608-1433.tar.gpg 5862 Nov 07 2009 01:06:32 favicon.ico.1 16384 Jun 06 2011 17:54:34 lost+found/ [Code]....
We have a client that has the vmware image of Cisco ACS 5.2. They installed in on a vSphere ESX 4.1 server and after it was done installing, the received a login prompt and not a prompt to continue setup. They tried using the default login username and password and it did not work. Cisco TAC told them that ACS 5.2 will not run on their version of vmware. The client is threatening to return the product if this does not work. Also, they have the proper amount of resources allocated as well and their entire environment is at ESX 4.1.
We have an ACE Appliance in a DMZ and the ACE Appliance's Admin Context IP is translated between ACE and ANM. The ANM Server does not get translated. It is just the opposite then in another Community discussion.
Our Problem: When adding the ACE4710 Appliance to the ANM imported Device List, we use the ACE's NATed Admin Context IP. Import works well, but ANM reflects the Admin Context IP with it's real configured IP. Polling the ACE Appliance does not work therefore.
Is there a possibility of telling the ANM, that the ACE has to be polled through a NATed IP? I could not find a field to set a NATed Mgmt IP.
Configured IP on ACE Admin Context: 192.168.0.10 NATed ACE Admin Context IP: 172.16.0.10
Imported ACE with IP 172.16.0.10 into ANM, but ANM polls for Rserver, Vserver, Probes, etc. via 192.168.0.10 - which is not reachable from the ANM.
In Cisco ASDM 7.1(1), webvpn configuration, it is possible to configure bookmarks with "vdi://" links to Citrix's or Vmware's Virtual Desktop Infrastructures, but we couldn't find any configuration resource (conf guide) on official Cisco site: if it is actually possible to integrate Vmware View Client into ASA 9.1 WebVpn solution?
One of our clients is going to install WCS on a Vmware machine and uninstall it from the physical server. He wants to know if he can use the same license or get another one; since he will get a new Mac address with the new VmWare machine.
I am reading up on the ACS VMware appliance installation instructions and am a bit confused on the disk space requirements. It says 60Gb is required and then goes on to talk about 500GB for the secondary instance. Do I need more than 60gb? Is the secondary instance a separate machine or part of the same one?URL
I am trying to set a little network in vmware (for do some testing on GP)in a vmware installed server2008 and win7 both are in one team Both has only one network adapter which is set to LAN1 Segment Both can ping each other Installed AD and configured DNS configured dhcp with scope 192.168.2.100 to 192.168.2.200 Set domain - [URL]Assign static to server 2008 192.168.2.101 Windows 7 can connect to domain no problem both machine got no external connectivity means cant open any webpage Do i need to add another network adapter in server2008 and set as NAT so it can connect to external network as well Can i set static IP address to 192.168.2.2 to server2008 or its has to be only within the loop basically need to setup a netwrok within a team that should be able to connect internally and externally as well ( Wont be able to connect to my host machine as need to set up VLAN for that but atleast access to internet) So wt type of vmware connection should i use
Host NAt LAN segment or custom
And how many network adapter i need in each machine and which connect to which one?
I have some problem about dhcp via VMware 7.1. My client connect the wifi and get ip address well, then, i turn on VMware (inside my computer) and set as the bridge mode. I found that my VM cannot get the ip-address from dhcp server and I using WLC5508 version 7.2. I try to connect via Switch, my VM get the ip address well.
have been trying to load LMS3.2.1 on a 2008 VM ware box. Initially had problems with services having to be manually changed or forced. Once that was overcome it logs in but Apache feeds a never-ending 302 redirects until either the browser of the web server aborts.
I want to test ncs 1.0 virtual appliance demo version with vm, as we are not having the hardware to install vmware Vsphere hypervisor we tried to mount in vmware workstation.Vmware workstation support to mount the virtual appliance with ovf or ova format,But it showing some eroor as attached screenshot.
Will NCS run with vmware workstation or player or how to test NCS ova format in lab environment.
What are the VMware requirements to run ACS4.1.4? Im trying to use a VM this as the migration server. According to the cisco docs, it states that: "ACS 4.1 has been tested on the VMWare ESX server with the following configuration:
•VMWare ESX Server 3.0.0 •16 GB of RAM •AMD Opteron Dual Core processor •300 GB hard drive •Four virtual machines •Windows 2003 Standard Edition •3 GB of RAM for the guest operating system"
I understand it will work as it "has been tested" with those specs, but the doc does not state the minimum requirements for the virtual machine. I dont want to use/find 300GB of space if I only need 20GB(as an example) to make it work.
I have 6 computers connected in LAN network. In one of the machines(client_1) i have installed the VMWARE.VMWare and Clinet_1 are talking to each other whereas VMWare and other clients are not getting connected. I tried various solutions from the internet but all in vain...i would like to have vmware as another machine in my LAN with incoming and outgoing connections to access files.
I am running a virtual machine with 6 GB of ram with OS Windows 7 64 bit.I turned on remote desktop connection made sure firewall is off and even enabled ISS.But I cant connect to it from my main PC or any other PC.Is it because I have the same IP on the VM? Because I want to sell these VM's as dedicated servers but it wont work.
Can I have some programs use my wireless connection, and some use my wired? they are connected to two different networks, (wired - school, wireless - phone tether).Also, is it possible to have two virtual machines be connected to two different network adapters, ie. wired and wireless?
I did an ISE 1.1.1 installation on a VMWare with ESX 5.0. After installation I am not able to login with my credentials(username admin, password XXXX) I can ping my ISE server after initial installation but I can not ping my ISE server after full installation.I did the installation several times and even did it on a VM with differrent VMversion.
I have a client that is running ACS 5.3 as a VM in ESX 4.1. The client wants their VMWare admins to have the ability to shut down the ACS server during maintenance etc... I know I could create a CLI user with admin priviliges, however, assigning full admin priviliges is beyond the scope of what the user requires. They simply want a user account with the added privilige of performing a halt from the CLI. In the CLI Reference Guide for ACS.
So is it possible to create an account with user priviliges, then modify its permissions to allow for a halt?
Yesterday I had a installation of LMS4.2.2 who was working fine. I followed the procedure to install VMware Tools on the virtual appliance on this thread url...
Now I have a problem with the processes of LMS, but maybe it is not linked. I forget to do a snapshot before installing VMware Tools so I need to find a solution. A whole bunch of services do not start know. I tried to uninstall the VMware tools, to regenerate SSL certificate, I rebooted the server several times. It is running under VMware 5.1. [code]