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From Amogh Vasekar <>
Subject Re: Question about realhostip
Date Thu, 17 Apr 2014 23:06:06 GMT
Answers inline.

On 4/17/14 3:57 PM, "Brent Clark" <> wrote:

>Hello everyone,
>I am confused about realhostip. I have recently built a CloudStack 4.2.1
>Cluster. I didn't do any SSL config for it and I can see the the console
>VMs fine. If I am understanding correctly, I don't need to do anything and
>things will still work because the default would be over HTTP. Does this
>sound right?
No, 4.2.1 does not support HTTP mode for Console Proxy. For SSVM, you can
use secstorage.copy.encrypt flag to turn off SSL.
>On the same not, but for a CloudStack 3.0.2 cluster in our environment, I
>know it used realhostip because I see the name as I try to bring up the
>console. This cluster is affected, from what I understand. So I need to
>it. So my question, is it possible to configure 3.0.2 like my 4.2.1
>and just use HTTP instead of SSL? Or do I need to do the SSL config?
Please see above :-) You will need to replace with your own realhostip
>Many Thanks!
>Brent S. Clark
>NOC Engineer
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