Controlling Caché Startup Behavior On Windows
Whether or not there is an icon in the system tray, you can always control a Caché instance via the
Change Caché Start To Manual
. On some systems,
is found in
, and change the Startup Type to Manual. Click
Remove The Cube From The System Tray
Caché has the capability of communicating with a terminal shell via the telnet protocol. However, when Caché is first installed, the telnet facility is turned off as a security measure. Telnet can be turned on by following these steps:
Start the Management Portal
Caché is administered via a browser-based interface known as the Management Portal
. Make sure the Caché instance you installed is running. Then, start the portal.
Left-click on the Caché Cube in the system. From the menu, choose
When installed, Caché assumes telnet communications will take place on the default port, 23, specified by the Internet Assigned Number Authority (IANA). If you wish to change this port assignment, choose
from the System Administration column. In the following page, from the
In the [Home] > [Configuration] > [Device Settings]
page that displays, choose
. The Telnet parameters are shown in the [Home] > [Configuration] > [Device Settings] > [Telnet Settings]
page that displays allows you to modify the settings; for information about the settings, see Telnet Settings
in the Device Settings
chapter of the Caché Additional Configuration Settings Reference
to save the new settings. When you have finished, return to the [Home]
When the portal [Home]
page displays, choose
from the System Administration column.
In the new page, choose
from the Security Definitions column. This displays a table of the available Caché services and their respective status. For the table entry named, %Service_Telnet, if the Enabled column has the value No
, click on the %Service_Telnet name.
The [Home] > [Security Management] > [Services] > [Edit Service]
page that displays allows you to modify the properties of the telnet service. The meaningful entries are:
Checking this box will enable the service so you can connect to Caché via telnet.
Checking this box means that anyone can connect via telnet as long as they know the IP address of the host on which this Caché instance is installed.
Check this box if you wish to require operating system authentication (userid and password) of users attempting to connect to this Caché instance.
The remaining settings are for users of more advanced security features. When you have made you selections, click the