The settings for your enterprise installation can be managed at
password: the md5 checksum of your license
The commands below can be used to generate the checksum.
# mac md5 kumu-enterprise.kli # linux md5sum kumu-enterprise.kli
Add a support email. This address will be linked to any support links within the application. Set this to the email address you want to send your user's support requests to. Defaults to email@example.com.
Add a notifications email. This address will be used for any notification emails sent by the application. Only used if outbound email is enabled.
In order to enable email notifications, you'll need to add an external SMTP server. No email will be sent if this is disabled. Settings include:
By default the app is accessible using the raw instance ip. If you would like to use a custom hostname you'll need to add the following DNS records:
A kumu.example. <instance ip> CNAME *.kumu.example. kumu.example.
Once the DNS records are in place you can update the hostname within the
Warning: Once the hostname is set the site can only be accessed via the custom hostname.
Add an SSH key to enable access to the enterprise command-line utilities.
To protect your instance, a self-signed SSL certificate is generated for you automatically when the instance first boots.
Since the certificate is self-signed, you will have to click through warning prompts the first time you access the site. If you don't want users to see these warnings, you can use the
kumu-ssl-install-key command line utilities to upload a custom certificate.