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Creating a virtual host public endpoint

Use this procedure to create a new virtual host public endpoint. Virtual host public endpoints must use SSL/TLS communications.

  1. Log in to the Control Center browser interface.
  2. In the Application column of the Applications table, click the application name (Zenoss.resmgr).

  3. On the right, above the Public Endpoints table, click Add Public Endpoints.

  4. Define a new virtual host public endpoint.

    1. In the Type area, click VHost.

    2. From the Service - Endpoint list, select Zenoss.resmgr - zproxy.

    3. In the VHost Hostname field, enter a virtual hostname.

      The hostname must be different from the Control Center hostname. For example, if the Control Center host is https://zenoss.123, then the virtual hostname cannot be zenoss-123.

      The following strings of text are valid in this field: - A fully-qualified domain name (FQDN). Any string of text that includes one or more full stop characters (.) is treated as an FQDN. - A string of text that contains only letters and one or more hyphen characters (-). The string is prepended to the hostname of the Control Center master host, with a full stop character (.) separating the string and the hostname.

    4. Click Add.