Configuring Windows Based NaviSphere
To set up an SSHD
server, we recommend that you install Cygwin version 1.7.27, and use the SSH
daemon on the host. Cygwin provides a Linux-like environment on Microsoft
After you install the
SSHD server on the Windows-based EMC NaviSphere, modify the Path variable under
System Variables to include the NaviSphere bin folder so that whoever uses SSH
to get into the Windows NaviSphere can immediately run VNX commands. After you
install and configure the SSHD server, you should set up new default paths to
enable the user-installed software to override the system software.
You will be
prompted to enter certificate verifying level. Give verifying level as
naviseccli bin directory, which is usually
/opt/Navisphere/bin, to your system PATH. For example, add
the following line to
& ~/.bashrc and then execute this file to make the setting effective by
configure this installation of
naviseccli to work with each storage processor on
each array that it will connect to. For all storage processors on all arrays
from which this agent will collect data, run the following command:
When you reach
the security prompt, save the certificate (option 2).
Run the same
command for each of the storage processors to be used, with a script if
necessary. The security prompt should not show again.
Login into UCS
Director using SSH Client as 'root' user and run the following command against
Navisphere host where
Naviseccli is installed.
must be done before adding a VNX Storage Array as an account in UCS Director.