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How to install or configure endpoints in a DMZ

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Tarball installation is best for DMZ.  Information from three places need to be coped: /etc/Tivoli, /etc/inet.d (startup scripts) and /opt/tivoli

Do a full install on the same version of Unix/Linux that you plan to mirgre installation to. Then tar up the necessary contents from an existing endpoint. Throw a wrapper script around it to untar it.

Brandon Mitchell's  created scripts for creation of a tarball:

tar tvf FWK-ep.tar
-rwxr--r-- bmitch/bmitch  2017 2006-08-17 10:57 createeptar-40.sh
-rwxr--r-- bmitch/bmitch  2815 2006-08-17 10:57 createeptar-41.sh
-rwxr--r-- bmitch/bmitch  3782 2006-08-17 10:57 createeptar.sh
-rwxr--r-- bmitch/bmitch  2986 2006-08-17 10:56 install-lcf.sh
-rwxr--r-- bmitch/bmitch  1110 2006-08-17 10:58 readme.txt

http://members.cox.net/bmitch3020/tivoli/

Installing endpoints in a DMZ

The following sections describe how to install or configure endpoints in a DMZ. See also Tivoli Gateway Proxy

Installing the endpoints from scratch

Installing UNIX endpoints using the winstlcf command across a firewall is supported only if the firewall allows rexec or ssh traffic to pass. Rexec is probably not enabled in a production environment. Alternatively, you can use of of the following methods:

Connecting endpoints that are already present in the Tivoli region

From the command line interface, you can verify the Endpoint Manager exists through the wls command.
 

Old News

RE [ITM] winstlcf could not determine INTERP - msg#00200 - sysutils.tivoli.general

Have you checked if the Linux has rcmd service active in the inetd.conf ? In general Linux distros does not make it active by default, and winstlcf is based on remote commands.

Good luck!

Gerson Koji Saito - Certified IT Specialist
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"Silvis, Jasper E. (MBS)" <Jasper.Silvis-UUSGX2jyPCJpFjMZrrdVc9BPR1lH4CV8@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent by: owner-tme10-XtjxT7Vmt5b1ENwx4SLHqw@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

13/04/2004 18:29 Please respond to
tme10
To "'tme10-XtjxT7Vmt5b1ENwx4SLHqw@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx'" <tme10-XtjxT7Vmt5b1ENwx4SLHqw@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> cc Subject RE: [tme10] [ITM] winstlcf could not determine INTERP


I have had the best luck with Linux endpoint installations using the Brandon
Mitchell approach of tarballing the endpoint image for the linux-ix86 interp
and installing that from the Linux server.  I am using LCF v41100 with no
problems.

Let me know if you need guidance.  You may already use this solution for DMZ
installations (pre-TMF411, that is).

Best of luck,

Jasper Silvis
Cendant Mortgage

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-tme10-XtjxT7Vmt5b1ENwx4SLHqw@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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To: tme10-XtjxT7Vmt5b1ENwx4SLHqw@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [tme10] [ITM] winstlcf could not determine INTERP

Now, at the endpoint we dropped the line inserted before to solve TMR name
and a new entry on the endpoint DNS was made so the TMR name could be
resolved by DNS and not by /etc/hosts at the endpoint.

But the problem was not solved and winstlcf still complaining.

>
> Can you resolve both hostnames and the ip addresses using nslookup on both
> servers (TMR and Endpoint) ?

>
> John F. Mostler
> Certified Tivoli Consultant
> New York Life
> john_mostler-H66Kdd6cy6IQQYfiE9goCw@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> (908) 236-3262

Subject:  [tme10] [ITM]
> winstlcf could not determine INTERP

>
> Hi,
>
> I'm installing LCF in a Linux box and the winstlcf command returns the
> error:
>
> Could not determine INTERP for host lua.
>  Remote error: (null) (null) (null) (null)
>  Standard Error: Host key verification failed.
>
> What could be wrong?
>
> Thanks in advace!
>
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