In the last article, we have seen how to install Dell EMC Networker on CentOS7. There have been some issues with dependencies. In this article, I will install the Networker Management Console on the same server. Prior before installing, we will see the services running when the networker services have been started. Then, I will compare if after installation of the NMC.
Before proceeding to installation, the packages that I will install is :
lgtonmc (Networker Management Console) – Gives you the ability to access the Management Interface or Management console to manage backups.
1. The services running before the installation is as indicated in the screenshot below:
2. In the previous article, I downloaded all the packages. From the directory, I have installed the NMC using the RPM command followed with the execution of the script /opt/lgtonmc/bin/nmc_config. You will be prompted to answer a few questions for the installation. I selected the default answer except to the creation of user for the PostgreSQL database.
3. Now, we can see a bunch of new services is running such as more Java processes and PostgreSQL.
4. Since we installed the NMC on the VM, we should be able to access the console on the same network on the port 9000. My VM is actually configured with the IPAddress 192.168.100.19 and by accessing it on port 9000 will now show me the console.
5. As you can notice on the screenshot above I don’t have Java Runtime enabled on the Mac. So I had to install and enable it. Follow the instructions for the installation by clicking on “Browser, OS, & JRE Requirements”.
6. Once installed and activated, you should be able to access the console by clicking on “Click here to start Management Console”. The prompt to enter username/password should then appear.
The default username is Administrator and password is the one you have set when installing Networker.
7. Follow the instructions to set up the database backup server, authentication server etc.. and at the end, you should be able to reach the console.