Certain deployments may restrict application nodes from accessing the internet when they are provisioned by CloudCenter (CC), thereby limiting their access to required files hosted by CC's public repositories. In such cases, it is necessary for an internal repo server(s) to be deployed to mimic the public repos. Internal repositories require routine maintenance, specifically to keep their file versions parallel to those of the CC appliances.
Logging on to the CloudCenter Orchestrator (CCO):
The following are sample methods of authenticating to a CCO image provided by Cisco
N/A *key pair required
N/A *key pair required
RAW (converted from QCOW)
welcome2cliqr or key pair
Editing the properties files:
Step 1: On the CCO, navigate to /usr/local/tomcat/webapps/ROOT/WEB-INF
Step 2: Create a backup of the gateway.properties file
Press ESC, then :wq to save the changes to the file
Step 6: On the internal repo server, navigate to the bundle directory (the location of this directory is dependent upon the user's discretion at the time of the repo server's deployment). This example assumes that the files pertaining to the Package repo and the Bundle repo are hosted on the same server, and that package files are stored in the /repo directory and bundle files are stored in the /repo/bundle directory
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