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Page: Configuring CDP Server Ports
default, the embedded web server in CDP 3 Standard Edition required for the Webbased Interface will listen on TCP ports 80 (HTTP) and 443 (HTTPS). These ports are frequently in use by your Linux Server (e.g. by Apache). If you are already using ports ...
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Page: Configuring Heap Memory
You may need to fix heap space memory if you run both CDP 2.0 and CDP 3.0 on the same machine. The upgrade to version 3.14 will change the java heap size to 50% of physical memory if the {{server.conf}} file has been ...
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Page: Restarting CDP Server
Linux Installations The R1Soft Linux CDP Server can be restarted using this command: /etc/init.d/cdpserver restart Windows Installations Follow the instructions below to restart the CDP Server using the Windows CDP Configuration Utility CDP3:About Windows ...
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Page: Running CDP over SSL (HTTPS)
CDP server comes with SSL already set up. By default, SSL works with a selfsigned certificate. This certificate can be used for encryption only and does not prove the identity of the server. That default certificate is not signed by any wellknown Certification Authority (CA), so ...
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Page: Setting CDP Server Users
Linux Installations You can define a username and password for the CDP Server Web Interface before you can begin using the CDP Standard Edition. #r1softsetup user DESIREDUSERNAME pass DESIREDPASSWORD After running you will see output similar ...
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