Forgive me if this is a stupid question but I am what is commonly known as a n00b. I know very little about Linux and even less about OES, but I've been tasked with building a SLES/OES2 file server by my boss.
I've installed the OS, installed all required services for OES with his help/guidance, and got everything up and running. I can access iManager but not Remote Manager. Here is what happens assuming a fresh restart of the server:
1. Go to https://server_ip:8009
2. See login page
3. Attempt to log in as non-existent user, receive invalid username/PW message.
4. Attempt to log in as root, IE hangs while connecting.
5. Attempt to reload https://server_ip:8009
, IE hangs forever until I reboot again.
The same is true for http or https. I can telnet to servername.domain.com on 8009 but cannot get at it from IE. I can only see the login page but as soon as I log in it hangs.
I have played around with stopping/restarting httpstkd, looking through the config file for the nolum parameter, and other things that were suggested in about 3 hours of google searching. I'm stuck. Anything else I can look for?
Edit: BTW logging in as a non-existent user is just to verify that the request is being sent. It seems there is communication with the server if it is validating and giving me the wrong username/pass response, no?