There are a number of things to do when you want to enable InterMapper's RemoteAccess Server. All these are controlled in the Server Settings window. Be sure that external IP addresses are enabled and that user names are set up properly. To do this:
- First make sure the Intermapper service is running.
Windows: Start and stop InterMapper services with the InterMapper Control Center system tray icon. The InterMapper and InterMapper DataCenter services are started and stopped simultaneously. You can also start and stop individual services from the Windows service control panel.
Mac: Start and stop InterMapper daemons with the InterMapper Control Center, available on the right side of the Mac OS X menu bar. The InterMapper and InterMapper DataCenter daemons are started and stopped simultaneously. You can also start and stop individual daemons from the terminal, by typing: sudo /usr/local/share/intermapper/Start.sh
Linux: sudo /etc/init.d/intermapperd start
- From the Server > Open the Server Settings > In the Remote Server pane, add one or more IP addresses or ranges in the Firewall to Remote Server corresponding to the addresses you want to allow to connect.
- If you want the Admin account to be able to log in, assign a password to the Admin user by clicking the Users pane.
- You may also create one or more users or groups in the Users pane. These users will be able to connect using their name and password.
- In the Map Access pane, be sure that the users or groups have access to the desired maps.
- For Linux we also recommend using this command to allow a port on the firewall - firewall-cmd --add-port=8181/tcp