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Change Binding for BEM-Webservice

Post by oliver » Aug 16, 2013 1:31 pm

Hi,

i installed the new v7 of Backup Enterprise Manager today and tried to find a way to bind the HTTPS-Webinterface to another network-Interface or ip address.
When i change the Binding in IIS-Manager from <*:9443> to <10.0.8.40:9443> the Website is longer reachable.

- The servername doesn't resolve to 10.0.8.40
- Ports in the Firewall are open

Is there any other configuration where i can change the binding or is this a dns related Problem ?

Thanks in advance.

-Oliver

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Re: Change Binding for BEM-Webservice

Post by Vitaliy S. » Aug 16, 2013 2:33 pm

Hi Oliver,

To check if it is a DNS problem or not you can try to edit hosts file on any remote machine by adding the corresponding DNS record for this IP address - 10.0.8.40. If it doesn't work, then it should be something else.

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Re: Change Binding for BEM-Webservice

Post by oliver » Aug 16, 2013 3:44 pm

Hi Vitaliy,

it looks to me as the webservice is bound to the first ip-address which the hostname was resolved to during the setup.
Even when i change the binding to a new ip-address and try to connect using the browser (https://10.0.8.40:9443), the website is unreachable.

Is the IIS-Manger the ONLY way to change the binding of the BEM-Webservice ?

Thanks in advance.

-Oliver

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Re: Change Binding for BEM-Webservice

Post by Dima P. » Aug 16, 2013 4:25 pm

Hello,
webservice is bound to the first ip-address which the hostname was resolved to during the setup.
That’s correct it resolves FQDN of the Enterprise Manager's server into the IP address
IIS-Manger the ONLY way to change the binding of the BEM-Webservice
IIS would be an only place to set up binding, yes.

Could you please elaborate a little bit the scenario: why you need to set up binding for the Enterprise Manager Console?
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Re: Change Binding for BEM-Webservice

Post by Vitaliy S. » Aug 18, 2013 7:28 pm

Oliver,

Can you please tell me what steps exactly you've performed to change the address of the website?

Thanks!

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