How Do I Configure the SSO Whitelist to Allow the SSO from OperationCenter to Other Components Through a Public Network



3.0.9 and earlier

How do I configure the SSO whitelist to allow the SSO from OperationCenter to other components through a public network?

Step 1 Use PuTTY to log in to the OperationCenter server as user appuser and run the following command to switch to user root:
sudo su - root
Enter the password of user root as prompted.

Step 2 Run the following commands to open the file that stores SSO information:
cd /opt/OperationCenter/AppBase/OC/AppBase/app/

Step 3 Press i to modify the file and add IP addresses to the SSO whitelist.
In the sso_white_list configuration item, add IP addresses or domain names as required and separate them with commas (,), for example:

Step 4 Press Esc, run the :wq, command, and press Enter to save the settings and exit.
If OperationCenter is deployed in active/standby mode, perform the operations on both the active and standby nodes.


Other related questions:
How Do I Quickly Query the OperationCenter Northbound Whitelist
【Product�? OperationCenter 【Version�? 3.0.9 and earlier 【Question�? How do I quickly query the OperationCenter northbound whitelist? 【Answer�? Step 1 Log in to OperationCenter as an administrator using http://Floating IP address of OperationCenter:8080. Step 2 Enter the following address in the address box of your browser to query the OperationCenter northbound whitelist: https://Floating IP address of OperationCenter:31943/rest/nbi/whiteList/query?pageSize=1000 Step 3 In the returned value, search for the desired IP address and check whether it is in the whitelist. Press Ctrl+F on your browser. In the displayed search box, enter the IP address that you want to search for. ----End

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