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Cisco EnergyWise Orchestrator Proxy Configuration Editor User Guide
Unless otherwise noted, the terms network device and device refer to Cisco switches, routers, access points and other network devices.
For information about a specific Cisco device running Cisco EnergyWise Phase 2, see the release notes for the Cisco IOS software running on your device. To verify that these release notes are correct for your switch, use the show version privileged EXEC command.
For the list of EnergyWise Phase 2 documentation, see the "Related Documentation" section.
For information about this warning, see the "Importance Notice" appendix in the Cisco EnergyWise Orchestrator guides:
Orchestrator Server version 2.0.0 uses these Microsoft SQL Server versions for data storage:
•U.S. English SQL Server 2005 x86 SP2
•U.S. English SQL Server 2008 x86 SP1
The Orchestrator Agent runs on
•Windows 7 x86 and the latest patches
•Windows 7 x64 and the latest patches
•Windows Vista x86 SP2 and the latest patches
•Windows XP x86 SP3 and the latest patches
The Orchestrator Administration Console and the Sustainability Dashboard run on Internet Explorer 7 and Flash Player 10.
Software requirements for the Orchestrator Server:
•Microsoft IIS 6.0
•.NET 3.5 SP1
•Java 6 update 17
The Cisco EnergyWise Orchestrator Proxy Configuration Editor is a Windows GUI application for editing the Proxy Server web.config file. The web.config file contains EnergyWise domain information for each domain. Orchestrator uses this information to configure the EnergyWise proxy server with the information needed to manage EnergyWise domains.
The Proxy Configuration Editor comprises two files:
Install the Proxy Configuration Editor on the server where the Orchestrator Server version 2.0.0 and the Provisioning Server are installed.
Step 1 Download the.zip file that contains the proxycfg.exe and EnergywiseConfiguration.dll files:
Step 2 Copy the files to the C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\Cisco Systems\EnergyWiseProvisioningService\bin directory.
Step 3 Run the proxycfg.exe file.
Open the web.config file by clicking File > Open and then selecting the web.config file in the C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\Cisco Systems\EnergyWiseProvisioningService directory.
Note Make a backup copy of the web.config file before editing it.
The window shown in Figure 1 appears.
Note When you open the web.config file in a new installation, a sample entry appears that shows examples of the values that you need to enter. Be sure to delete that entry after you add your EnergyWise domains.
Figure 1 Proxy Configuration Editor Main Screen
Step 4 Select a proxy server, and click Edit Proxy Installation to display the Edit Proxy Installation window (Figure 2).
Figure 2 Edit Proxy Installation Window
In this window, you can enter or change values for the parameters shown. See Table 1 for guidelines and valid values.
Step 5 Click OK to accept the settings.
Step 6 Click Add EnergyWise Domain to add a domain. Click Edit EnergyWise Domain to edit an existing domain and display the Edit EnergyWise Domain window (Figure 3).
Figure 3 Edit EnergyWise Domain Window
Step 7 Click OK to accept the settings.
Step 8 From the File menu, select Save to save your configuration (Figure 4).
Figure 4 Proxy Configuration Editor File Menu
Step 9 Exit the Proxy Configuration Editor by clicking File > Exit, by simultaneously pressing the Control key and the x key, or by clicking the red X in the upper right corner of the window.
Step 10 Use the Windows Services console to restart the EnergyWise Proxy Service.
Note Whenever you make a change to the web.config file on the EnergyWise provisioning server, you must restart the EnergyWise Proxy Service to enable the changes.
Configuring Cisco network devices:
•Cisco EnergyWise Configuration Guide:
•Cisco IOS Release Notes for Cisco EnergyWise, EnergyWise Phase 2:
•Configuring Cisco EnergyWise Feature for Branch Routers:
•Cisco EnergyWise IOS Deployment Guide:
Cisco EnergyWise Orchestrator guides:
•Cisco EnergyWise Orchestrator Administrator Guide, Cisco EnergyWise Phase 2
•Cisco EnergyWise Orchestrator Installation Guide, Cisco EnergyWise Phase 2
•Cisco EnergyWise Orchestrator Wake for Remote Access Administrator Guide, Cisco EnergyWise Phase 2
These partner documents provide information about the management API and end point SDK and are available on the Cisco Developer Network:
•Cisco EnergyWise Documentation Roadmap
•Cisco EnergyWise Partner Development Guide
•Cisco EnergyWise Programmer Reference Guide for the End-Point SDK
•Cisco EnergyWise Programmer Reference Guide for the Management API
Obtaining Documentation and Support on the Cisco Developer Network
Cisco EnergyWise development partners can access the EnergyWise documents, API and SDK software code, and Cisco IOS software by joining the Cisco Developer Network:
You need a support contract and license to access EnergyWise resources on the Cisco Developer Network and on TAC. The business development manager who registered your licence must set up your Cisco.com account with the appropriate access privileges.
The forum, wiki, and other resources on the Cisco Developer Network provide a self-help knowledge base and community for EnergyWise application developers and programmers. You can get additional support by opening a case in the TAC Service Request Tool:
Obtaining Documentation, Support, and Security Guidelines
For information on obtaining documentation, submitting a service request, and gathering additional information, see the monthly What's New in Cisco Product Documentation, which also lists all new and revised Cisco technical documentation:
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This document is to be used in conjunction with the documents listed in the "Related Documentation" section.
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