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Learn and ask questions about Cisco Unified Computing System (Cisco UCS) Central.
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As organizations scale their Cisco UCS infrastructure, managing it consistently with global policies is ever more important. Cisco UCS Central manages multiple Cisco UCS instances (or domains) across globally distributed data centers, allowing IT departments to enjoy the benefits of simplified, unified management of compute, network, and storage access resources. This is an opportunity to learn and ask questions about basics of Cisco UCS Central tool and its application.
Payal Bhaduri is a Customer Support Engineer for Cisco's Data Center Server Virtualization TAC team based in San Jose, California. She has been working in the TAC for close to five years, with a primary focus on Data Center Technologies such as Cisco UCS Blade servers including the B series (UCSB ) , UCS Rack Mount Servers (UCSC ) , Cisco Nexus 1000v, and Virtualization. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Electronics and Telecommunication and has CCIE Certification (number 36570) in Collaboration and Data Center. She also holds a certification in Virtualization (VCP 5 VMware Certified Professional).
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The following ports must be open between Cisco UCS Central and a registered Cisco UCS domain to enable management communication between Cisco UCS Central and Cisco UCS domain:
32803 (TCP/UDP ) for firmware management and back up
892 (TCP/UDP ) for firmware management and back up
875 (TCP/UDP ) for firmware management and back up
32805 (TCP/UDP ) for firmware management and back up
2049 (TCP/UDP ) for firmware management and back up
111 (TCP/UDP ) for firmware management and back up
843 (TCP) Communication between client browser and Cisco UCS Central.
443 (TCP) Enable communication through firewall between Cisco UCS Central and Cisco UCS Manager.
hi.. My UCS Central browser intermittently disconnects with error "Fatal Communication Error". MY UCS Central version is 1.1.1a. Can you tell me the issue?
Looks like you are running into defect CSCul73279.
Can you make sureTCP port 843 is not blocked between client browser and UCS Central?