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vCenters unable to connect in linked mode after servers restart

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We have configured linked mode between two vCenters and it has been working fine more than a month. Today due to unexpected power down, the servers were down. After that vCenters are unable to contact each other. When i am logging in to each vcenter i am getting the error saying "Could not connect one or more vcenters"
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Just a guess, but it sounds like maybe a name resolution issue.

Reboot one vCenter server then the other (but not both at the same time).
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