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Why the HA got error on cannot complete the HA Configuration in VMware 4.1

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This is using VMware ESXi 4.1. There are 2 hosts in HA configuration. Recently, there was hung on one VM, until that no one can access to it. The only resort is, recycle the power of this VM, and eventually server is back to production operations. However, I open the vsphere client and link to the vCenter (of these 2 hosts), I found the following error log:

    Configuration issue:
    HA agent on a 192.168.1.13 in cluster HA has error. Cannot complete the HA Configuration

Both hosts show the same error as above. What's weng wrong, and how to troubleshooting it?

Thanks in advance.
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Does the HA - vmotion has to be re-configured? If so, please show step-by-step.
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The default isolation address for HA is the default gateway IP address of the ESXi host.
Make sure that this IP can be pinged.

Post a screenshot of the Cluster settings, if feasible.
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Re-configure HA does the trick.
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It works
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