Ports to be activated between the SVN and the EMM server

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Ports to be activated between the SVN and the EMM server are 8080, 8081, and 8443.
After ports are activated, run the telnet ip-emm server IP address port command on the SVN to check whether the communication is normal.

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EMM server requirements:
EMM server requirements are as follows: -V2R2 Hardware requirements: CPU: 6-core, 2.5 GHz; memory: 8 GB; hard disk: 4 x 300 GB Software requirements: Windows Server 2008 R2 (64-bit)/SQL Server 2008 (including SP2) -V2R3 Hardware configuration of the appliance: CPU: 2xE5-2600 series; memory: 32 GB; hard disk: 3 x 1 TB (RAID 5) Software requirements: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 (64-bit), including each SP version; Oracle database 11g (Linux x 86-64) For other requirements, see the technical specifications in the product documents.

Checking whether the EMM server is successfully installed
You can check whether the EMM server is successfully installed using the following methods: 1. On the EMM server, open the Internet Explorer browser and enter http://IP address of the EMM server: 8080/Mdm in the address bar. You can also perform this operation on a PC interconnected with the EMM. 2. Press Enter. If the following information is displayed, the EMM server has been installed and successfully started (the Apache Tomcat service has been enabled on the back end): Welcome To AnyOffice Mdm Storage Server AnyOffice MDM server V200R002C10 complied on 2015

Do links between active-active arrays support port bonding?
No, the links between active-active arrays do not support port bonding.

Relationship between the NM port and the active and standby system control boards of OSN9800
Switching between the active and standby system control boards does not affect the communication on the NM port.

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