What ports does vSphere replication use?

What ports does vSphere replication use?

vSphere Replication appliance network ports All management traffic to the vSphere Replication appliance goes to port 80 on the vCenter Server proxy system. All management traffic to the vSphere Replication appliance goes to port 80 on the vCenter Server proxy system.

What must be deployed to enable vSphere replication?

You deploy the vSphere Replication appliance by using the standard vSphere OVF deployment wizard. Note: vSphere Replication can be deployed with either IPv4 or IPv6 address. Mixing IP addresses, for example having a single appliance with an IPv4 and an IPv6 address, is not supported.

What ports need to be open for vCenter?

vCenter Server requires port 80 for direct HTTP connections.

How do I access vSphere replication?

Click on the “Home” button. Click on “vSphere Replication” in the upper right. Click on “Sites” and then on your vCenter Server instance, in my case “vcenter-tm01”. On the “Summary” tab you can see that a virtual machine replication is in progress.

How do I speed up vSphere replication?

How do we try to make vSphere Replication “go faster”. Well the easiest way is to add more VMs to the replication. It doesn’t speed up the individual VM’s replication as that is capped by latency, number of buffers, and buffer size. But it will give you more usage of your bandwidth.

How does vSphere replication work?

When you configure a virtual machine for replication, the vSphere Replication agent sends changed blocks in the virtual machine disks from the source site to the target site. The changed blocks are applied to the copy of the virtual machine. This process occurs independently of the storage layer.

What ports does vmware use?

ESXi 7.0

Port Protocol Target
8080 TCP ESXi Host
8100,8200,8300 TCP\UDP ESXi Host
8301,8302 UDP ESXi Host
12345, 23451 UDP vSAN Clustering Service

What is the difference between vSphere replication and SRM?

vSphere Replication protects your VMware Virtual Environment by replicating your VMware environment (site) to a secondary site. vSphere Replication uses network-based Replication; SRM uses storage array-based replication or network-based vSphere Replication.

What is RPO in vSphere replication?

vSphere Replication is deployed as an appliance within the management cluster and provides a recovery point objective (RPO) of 15 minutes to 24 hours. RPO and RTO are the two most important performance metrics that need to be considered when designing or executing a disaster recovery plan.

What is VMware firewall?

The VMware Service-defined Firewall is a distributed, scale-out internal firewall that protects all east-west traffic with security that’s intrinsic to the infrastructure, radically simplifying the security deployment model.

Can you use vSphere replication without SRM?

Can i use vSphere Replication standalone without SRM? How to failover and recover VM without SRM? Yes. You can use VR without SRM, failover and recovery will be done manually power on VM in Target site.

What is RTO and RPO in VMware?

RPO is the maximum period in which data can be lost due to a disaster, and is fulfilled by the replication technology. RTO is a period of time, usually with an attached service level, in which a business process must be restored.