Media Flow Controller CLI Commands : cmc : cmc rendezvous

cmc rendezvous
Configure Central Management Console rendezvous options.
cmc rendezvous
auth default
service-name <name>
client—Configure CMC client rendezvous options.
auth—Specify the authentication method to use to log into the server to rendezvous.
authtype—Configure the type of authentication to use. The no variant resets the authtype to its default, which is none.
password (default)—Use the configured cmc client server auth password.
ssh-dsa2 or ssh-rsa2 identity and username—Select to use the cmc client server auth ssh-dsa2 or ssh-rsa2 settings. The rendezvous client username is cmcrendv (cannot be changed), and the identities for DSA2 and RSA2 auth are configured on that user account.
password password [<password>]—If no password is given, the user is prompted for the password. Entries made at this prompt echo the asterisk (*) character, and the user must enter the same string twice.
auto—Enable or disable (default) automatic rendezvous attempts from a CMC client; optionally, configure the wait, in seconds between automatic rendezvous attempts.
initial-delay— Wait this long (default is 30 seconds) before initial attempt.
interval-long—Wait this long (default is 86400 seconds) after successful announcement but no connection (e.g. the server lost our information).
interval-short—Wait this long (default is 300) after unsuccessful announcement.
force—Force a CMC client to attempt discovery and rendezvous with a server now, regardless of whether automatic rendezvous is enabled, or how long it has been since the last attempt. If being a CMC client is disabled, this produces an error and no action is taken. Note that if this attempt fails, the client does not automatically retry.
server-addr—Set or clear the address (hostname or IP address) of the server with which the client attempts rendezvous. Default is cmc.
service-name—Set or clear the service name which is used for CMC rendezvous.
show cmc rendezvous
Show all current configuration and state of CMC rendezvous, whether the system is a server or a client. On a server, this includes listing the clients that have attempted rendezvous but not yet been accepted. On a client, this involves showing our rendezvous status, and whether or not we are currently under management.

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