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Cisco Nexus v1000 not connecting to VMWare vCenter

Kanat Nurzhanov
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I am trying to deploy Nexus 1000v, but there is a problem - no connection with vCenter. Pings are ok, all ip addresses and port numbers are valid. Console displays following error:

 

switch(config)#svs connection vc

remote ip address 10.10.10.200 port 5480

protocol vmware-vim

vmware dvs datacenter-name CORE

connect

ERROR: [VMWARE-VIM] Operation could not be completed due to connection failure. End of file or no input: Operation interrupted or timed out after 160s send or 160s receive delay

 

Thank you.

 

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jj27
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You should use port 80 instead of 5480 in your svs connection string.  Port 5480 is the default port for the management of the vCSA.

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jj27
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You should use port 80 instead of 5480 in your svs connection string.  Port 5480 is the default port for the management of the vCSA.

Thank you!

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