To know the HTTP and HTTPS port that OpsCenter uses, run the configurePorts utility.
Run the following command on Windows:
Run the following command on UNIX:
configurePorts – This script is used to configure Web server ports on UNIX or Linux systems.
configurePorts.sh [-status]|[-httpPort <httpPort>][-httpsPort <httpsPort>][-shutdownPort <shutdownPort>]
though not specified I presume similar for Windows
configurePorts.cmd [-status]|[-httpPort <httpPort>][-httpsPort <httpsPort>][-shutdownPort <shutdownPort>]
Thanks for that. I was able to change the port # as described.
Still having an issue, here is my problem.
I am moving Opscenter onto another server.
Currently I can type in the IP address of that server and the opscenter page will come right up. <ipaddress> then opscenter comes right up.
On the new server where I have opscenter I have to type https://<servername>:443/opscenter/ in order for it to come up.
What do I need to configure in order for this to bring me right to opscenter when I type in the IP address only?
It sounds like port 80 is not open to the machine correctly. Just the ip addr alone signifies port 80 which then in turn should redirect to port 443.
to chabge the ports on window sever on which opscenter is insalled. use the following command.
C:\Program Files\Symantec\OpsCenter\gui\bin\goodies>configurePorts.cmd -httpPort 70
C:\Program Files\Symantec\OpsCenter\gui\bin\goodies>configurePorts.cmd -httpsPort 70