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  1. 1

    bj

    Hi

    I’m trying to setup vCC in a test environment. Registering a vCloud Director node works
    like a charm but registering a vSphere node results in – nothing. There’s no error being
    displayed on the vCC server website and the node is not being added.
    So I downloaded the log files and discovered that vCC server tries to access https://${VCENTERSERVER}:8443/agent/login and gets a 404.
    I have no idea which service/Tomcat webapp on the vCenter server is responsible for
    the /agent/login servlet.
    Any idea on this?

    Regards
    bj

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  2. 2

    viktorious

    Hi,

    According to page 42 of this pdf http://www.vmware.com/pdf/vCloudConnector_15_InstallConfigure.pdf, the vCC node should connect to https://vc-host/mob and not to the url you’re mentioning. So maybe you can do an extra check here?

    Good luck!

    Viktor

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  3. 3

    bj

    Hi Viktor,

    thanks for your reply!
    I didn’t realize that a second node in the local vSphere environment is needed and tried
    to register the vSphere Datacenter using the vCenter address instead of the second node’s address. With that second node installed it works now.

    Regards
    bj

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  4. 4

    viktorious

    Yes, you need a vCC node for every location (vCD/vSphere). The format of the URL you mentioned is a vCC node URL, so that gave some direction to solve the issue. It’s fine everything is working now!

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