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    Modifying the JPS Configuration (C-Web Interface)

    Tasks to modify the current JPS configuration are:

    1. Configuring General Properties for the JPS (C-Web Interface)
    2. Specifying a Policy Server Identifier in Messages (C-Web Interface)
    3. Configuring Logging Destinations (C-Web Interface)
    4. Specifying Connections to the Application Managers (C-Web Interface)
    5. Specifying Connections to RKSs (C-Web Interface)

    Configuring General Properties for the JPS (C-Web Interface)

    To configure general properties for the JPS:

    1. Click Configure, and expand Slot>Slot: 0, and then click JPS.

      The JPS pane appears.

    2. Enter the information in the main pane as described in the Help text, and click Apply.

    Specifying a Policy Server Identifier in Messages (C-Web Interface)

    To configure a policy server identifier for the JPS:

    1. Click Configure, expand Slot>Slot: 0, and then click JPS.

      The JPS pane appears.

    2. In the Policy Server ID box, enter a value as described in the Help text in the main pane.
    3. Enter information in the remaining boxes as described in the Help text in the main pane, and click Apply.

    Configuring Logging Destinations (C-Web Interface)

    You can configure the logging destination to store messages in a file, or to a system logging facility (Syslog).

    You can create or modify loggers. By default, the JPS has four logging destinations (log1, log2, log3, and log4).

    Specifying Connections to the Application Managers (C-Web Interface)

    This section describes how to configure the application manager–to–policy server interface (PKT-MM3) so that the policy server can communicate with application managers.

    To configure the connections to the application managers:

    1. Click Configure, expand Slot>Slot: 0>JPS, and then click AM Interface.

      The AM Interface pane appears.

    2. Enter the information in the main pane as described in the Help text, and click Apply.

    Specifying Connections to RKSs (C-Web Interface)

    To configure the policy server–to–RKS interface (PKT-MM4) so that policy events can be sent to the RKS, you can configure RKS pairs and their associated application managers.

    To configure the policy server–to–RKS interface:

    1. Click Configure, expand Slot>Slot: 0>JPS, and then click RKS Interface.

      The RKS Interface pane appears.

    2. Enter the information in the main pane as described in the Help text, and click Apply.

    Modified: 2016-12-29