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khgrant
Cisco Employee

NSO 4.1 Install

 

Hi All,

 

I Installed 4.1 but for some reason I am not able to see any comamnds

 

root@cnap-ncs1:/var/opt/ncs/packages# ncs_cli -u admin -C                                                                    

admin connected from 127.0.0.1 using console on cnap-ncs1

admin@ncs#

admin@ncs#

admin@ncs# ?

Possible completions:

  exit   Exit the management session

admin@ncs#

 

Is there is some pre-requsites ? Did the Web UI url change too? Not able to access via <ip>:8080

 

Thanks 

Georgy

 

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khgrant
Cisco Employee

 

People out there…

 

1) read the CHANGES file

 

2) if you are installing for lab, dev, test, demo: use LOCAL INSTALL

 

    SYSTEM INSTALL shall only be used for real deployment systems

 

 

Cisco security requirements are introduced for system install in 4.0/4:

 

- ncs: Several security improvements have been done for the initial

 

    "system install" of NCS:

 

 

    - No default users are created (user names and passwords need to be

 

      given at installation)

 

 

    - No default SNMP communities or users are created.

 

 

    - No default entries in /devices/authgroups or /cluster/authgroup are

 

      created.

 

 

    - HTTP access is disabled for web UI and REST. HTTPS is enabled, but

 

      uses a self-signed certificate (see

 

/ncs-config/webui/transport/ssl/key-file and

 

/ncs-config/webui/transport/ssl/cert-file in the ncs.conf(5) manual

 

      page regarding certificate installlation).

 

 

    - Randomized keys are generated for /ncs-config/encrypted-strings in

 

      ncs.conf.

 

    - Access is restricted for security-critical files (ncs.conf, SSL and

 

      SSH key files).

 

/Stefan V

 

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khgrant
Cisco Employee

 

local install or system install?

 

khgrant
Cisco Employee

 

People out there…

 

1) read the CHANGES file

 

2) if you are installing for lab, dev, test, demo: use LOCAL INSTALL

 

    SYSTEM INSTALL shall only be used for real deployment systems

 

 

Cisco security requirements are introduced for system install in 4.0/4:

 

- ncs: Several security improvements have been done for the initial

 

    "system install" of NCS:

 

 

    - No default users are created (user names and passwords need to be

 

      given at installation)

 

 

    - No default SNMP communities or users are created.

 

 

    - No default entries in /devices/authgroups or /cluster/authgroup are

 

      created.

 

 

    - HTTP access is disabled for web UI and REST. HTTPS is enabled, but

 

      uses a self-signed certificate (see

 

/ncs-config/webui/transport/ssl/key-file and

 

/ncs-config/webui/transport/ssl/cert-file in the ncs.conf(5) manual

 

      page regarding certificate installlation).

 

 

    - Randomized keys are generated for /ncs-config/encrypted-strings in

 

      ncs.conf.

 

    - Access is restricted for security-critical files (ncs.conf, SSL and

 

      SSH key files).

 

/Stefan V

 

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