Configure the Enterprise Service Manager
The Enterprise Service Manager is a separate application that can remotely manage Gateway clusters located anywhere in the world. To configure the Enterprise Service Manager prior to first use, select option 7 (Display Enterprise Service Manager configuration menu) from the Gateway Main Menu. The following options are available:
Changes to Enterprise Service Manager Support
Please be advised that new releases of Enterprise Service Manager (ESM) are not planned after version 1.19. While it is not officially packaged with Gateway version 10.0, ESM version 1.19 should continue to work with Gateway version 10.0 as designed.
However, it is highly recommended that customers with an existing ESM license who plan to continue using ESM host it on an exclusive Gateway server that's dedicated to the operation of the ESM version 1.19. Because the ESM was last officially packaged with the Gateway in the version 9.4 CR4 Gateway image, the dedicated server should have Gateway 9.4 CR4 installed.
The Enterprise Service Manager is a separate application that can remotely manage Gateway clusters located anywhere in the world. To configure the Enterprise Service Manager prior to first use, select option
7(Display Enterprise Service Manager configuration menu) from the Gateway Main Menu. The following options are available:
1) Configure the Enterprise Service Manager 2) Enable/Disable the Enterprise Service Manager 3) Reset password for ESM user account X) Exit menu
- Select1to configure the administrator credentials and listener port for the Enterprise Service Manager.
- Select2to disable or re-enable the Enterprise Service Manager. This will take effect after the appliance is rebooted.
- Select3to reset the password for any Enterprise Service Manager user. Use this option if the password is forgotten. The Enterprise Service Manager must not be currently running. Enter theESM Usernameand newESM Passwordwhen prompted, and then press [Enter] again to confirm the change.
Set Up the Enterprise Service Manager Administrator
Create the ESM administrative user account.
Set Up the ESM HTTPS Listener
Next, you are prompted for the server settings for the Enterprise Service Manager. By default, the factory settings are: monitor all IP addresses (*) over port 8182.
Ensure that the port number is not currently in use. Do not use any reserved port numbers such as 8080, 8443, 9443, etc.
The configuration summary is displayed. If any changes are required, type "
<" to go to the previous step or press [
Enter] to apply the configuration.
The configuration results should show that the settings were applied successfully. Press [
Enter] to return to the previous menu, then enter [
x] to return to the Gateway main menu.
From the main menu, enter
Rto reboot the Gateway appliance and then enter
Once the initial setup is complete, the next step is to configure each Gateway node to allow it to be remotely managed by Enterprise Service Manager. For details, see Configure the Gateway for Remote Access.