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The attacker would need to have valid administrator credentials To restart the Cisco Prime Infrastructure services, establish a SSH connection to the Prime server and follow the steps below Cisco recommends upgrading to 8 Mt8183 Geekbench Clear Configuration To make this warning disappear, you need to install a 3 rd party SSL certificate on ...
Unified Communications Infrastructure. restarting services on Prime Collaboration Provisioning. Options. Step 1. Login as root using SSH with port 22. Step 2. Navigate to the /opt/cupm folder and enter the following command: ./cupm-app-service.sh stop. Stop Apache, JBoss, and NICE Services using the following commands:
In order to stop services in Cisco Prime Infrastructure, you need to ssh to the server by using root credentials, then run the command ncs stop. By running the command show application status NCS you can see the services are stopped: Health Monitor is stopped. Database server is stopped. Ftp Server is running.
Add the forward zone data, then click Add Zone in the Manage Forward Zones page to add the forward zone (see the "Configuring Primary Forward Zones" section in Cisco Prime Network Registrar 11.1 Authoritative and Caching DNS User Guide). Click Next to activate your settings so that you can add reverse zones for the DNS server