Changing fglam.config.xml file configuration and restarting fglam will work following these steps.
2) Search for the following string <config:http-upstream url="https://FMS:8443" ssl-allow-self-signed="true" ssl-cert-common-name="quest.com" compressed="true"/>
3) Add address="IP address" that you want your fglam to use to bind to FMS <config:http-upstream url="https://FMS:8443" address="IP_Address" ssl-allow-self-signed="true" ssl-cert-common-name="quest.com" compressed="true"/>
5) Restart fglam.
HTTP upstream connection information is specified using a list of
http-upstream elements. Each element contains the following
url URL of the upstream host or FglAM concentrator
address Address specifies a local network interface
that will be used for upstream connections.
If it is not provided then the OS is free
to decide which local interface to use.
proxy URL of the proxy server to use when connecting to
the specified URL.
proxy-user Username to use when authenticating with the proxy
proxy-pass Password to use when authenticating with the proxy
server. Passwords will be encrypted and written
to this file. To change a password, simply replace the
encrypted value with the new, unencrypted, password and
proxy-ntlm-domain Windows domain to use for NTLM proxy authentication.
If your Windows user name is 'WORKGROUP\\user' then you
would set proxy-user to 'user' and proxy-ntlm-domain to
'WORKGROUP'. The proxy-user cannot also contain the
ssl-allow-self-signed 'true' if self-signed SSL certificates
will be accepted and 'false' if they are not. The
default, if not specified, is 'false'. When set, only
the host name of the server's SSL certificate is
checked, the certificate chain and signer are *not*
checked. 'self-signed' in this case refers to an
SSL certificate signed by an unknown Certificate
Authority. i.e., one that you signed yourself.
ssl-cert-common-name 'hostname' If provided, the SSL certificate
from the server will be validated against this host
name, rather than the name of the server FglAM
connected to. This can be used when the certificate
on the server does not match the host name of the
server as viewed from the client. You should not
normally have to set this field.
compressed 'true' if GZIP compression should be used for server
communications. This can often reduce the amount of
bandwidth required, at the cost of higher CPU and
memory usage. The default, if not specified, is true.