Thanks Andrew - fortunately I didn't have to re-install. Just changed the last 6 digits of the MAC to 11:11:11 and the web interface loads. The documentation I have been using for this install is lacking, especially for a non-Linux head like myself. http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/prime/unified_provisioning_manager/9.0BE/quick-start-guide/Cisco-Unified-ProvManager-90-BE-QuickStartGuide.html#wp34936 Below are my very crude notes in hopes they will be of use to someone. There are likely some errors, but should get you on the right track. These notes from the above link start at " Installing OpenSSL and Generating a Certificate" Install SSL - as root Attach ISO to the VM as a CD Drive then: mkdir /mnt/cdrom mount /dev/cdrom /mnt/cdrom cd /mnt/cdrom Ls Cp OpenSSL0.9.8s-Linux_P90X.zip /home/admin Cd /home/admin Ls Unzip OpenSSL0.9.8s-Linux_P90X.zip Cd OpenSSL-0.9.8s-Linux_P90X Cp -fr * /opt/cupm/httpd Cd /opt/cupm/httpd/bin Chmod 777 openssl ./openssl genrsa -out /opt/cupm/httpd/yourdomain.local.key 1024 /opt/cupm/httpd/bin/apachectl -k stop ./openssl req -new -key /opt/cupm/httpd/yourdomain.local.key -x509 -out /opt/cupm/httpd/yourdomain.crt -days 365 Answer SSL questions /opt/cupm/httpd/bin/apachectl -k stop Vi /opt/cupm/httpd/conf/ssl.conf Edit the following lines with the paths created above: SSLCertificateFile /opt/cupm/httpd/southwestfcu.crt SSLCertificateKeyFile /opt/cupm/httpd/southwestfcu.local.key Cd /opt/cupm/httpd/bin/conf Cp httpd.conf httpd.conf.bak Edit the following with VI Vi httpd.conf Commend out these 2 lines (/mod_ssl.c to find them) # # Backup then edit ssl.conf to "uncomment" the lines below. Cp ssl.conf ssl.conf.bak Vi ssl.conf Uncomment these 2 lines: Verify/modify these lines: Listen 443 ServerName host.your-domain.com:443 Save your file and back to command line restart Apache: /opt/cupm/httpd/bin/apachectl -k start -DSSL
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I'm posting this having completed a 4.0(3) to 7.1 upgrade today. COBRAs will now export from Unity 4.0(3) and above. I assume this is new since this thread - but this thread keeps coming up in my searches and I'd hat for people to get the wrong idea.
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