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Netbackup 8.1.2 not brows Vmware 6.7

Ali-Ismail
Level 3

Hi all

i have installed NetBackup 8.1.2 , but unfortunnaly i can not brows VMs in the Vcenter although i can select the VM manually using the hostname.

ports are opend 443 & 902

vcenter ip address added to master server hosts file and vice versa 

any advices , how to trubleshoot 

 

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hi all

 

i noted that the user not browsing even in Vcenter, so we ask the vmware admin to trubleshoot the user,

After confirmation it works fine.

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alireza1023
Level 4

NetBackup VMware ports
The TCP ports 443 and 902 are required to access the VMware infrastructure, as
follows:
NetBackup connects to TCP port 443 on the following VMware components:
■ On the vCenter server for VM discovery requests, snapshot creation and
deletion, vSphere Tag associations, and so on.
■ On the vSphere Platform Services Controller (PSC) to discover, back up and
restore vSphere Tag associations.
NetBackup connects to the vSphere Platform Services Controller (PSC) in
vSphere 6.0 and later.


TCP port 902 is required when:
■ You use HotAdd/NBD/NBDSSL transport for backups and restore.
■ Restores are done through Restore ESX server bypassing the vCenter server.

@alireza1023 Thansk for reply

ports are opend 443 & 902

Lowell_Palecek
Level 6
Employee

Do you mean that you can't see the VMs in vCenter via the NetBackup plug-in? Can you see the plug-in itself?

Is your vCenter version plain 6.7 or 6.7Ux?

@ loweel, thanks for your interest

I can not brows ESXIs or VMs in netbackup consol,
Note
The user is Vcenter global admin
I can backup the VM using the DNS name.

I attached a screen shot from NB console .

hi all

 

i noted that the user not browsing even in Vcenter, so we ask the vmware admin to trubleshoot the user,

After confirmation it works fine.

View solution in original post