In order to allow for granular security control, UCS Manager allows you to disable individual services and protocols, in accordance with your policies or security goals.
Since HTTP/HTTPS are the primary methods of administering the system, and the command line is *not* a standard IOS or NXOS, how do you re-enable these protocols if they are inadvertently disabled?
Luckily for me, I got to test this out in a recent class. 🙂
Gain access to the UCS Manager CLI, either through SSH/Telnet (if still enabled) or through the serial console. Because all configuration options are stored as objects in the UCS Manager database, we need to adjust our scope to the SystemServices layer.
ucsm-A # scope system
ucsm-A /system # scope services
ucsm-A /system/services # enable ?
cimxml Cimxml service
http HTTP service
https HTTPS service
telnet-server Telnet service
ucsm-A /system/services # enable http
ucsm-A /system/services # enable https
ucsm-A /system/services #
That’s it… welcome back. 🙂