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P to V From DMZ to inside network

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I want to P to V a system in my DMZ just to have a copy of it. It sits in DMZ and my ESX host sits on private side. Do i just open ports 902 and 443 between the DMZ server and the ESX host through firewall to do P to V then remove rules when done? Any other ports to worry about?
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Hi,
Below is the link that will help you. It has all the ports you need listed.
kb.vmware.com/kb/1010056

Hope this helps.
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