When NRM is installed, it sets up a small web server on your server. The interface and module is called HTTPSTKD. It automatically sets its basic configuration parameters that allow it to work.
You might need to configure NRM after the initial installation for a variety of reasons. For example, you might want to bind additional IP addresses to HTTPSTKD, set up stronger security, or extend the eDirectory schema for Group Monitoring.
You can perform these tasks using the options on the OES Remote Manager Configuration Options page, as shown in Figure 6-1. To access this page, click the icon in the header frame.
The Configuration Options page also provides links for Section 7.5, Configuring Nagios.. For information about changing the Nagios configuration, see
Figure 6-1 The OES Remote Manager Configuration Options Page
On this page you can perform the following tasks: