Which is the vmware port to connect the server and the console?

Posted on 2014-01-23
Last Modified: 2014-04-07
Hello I need to connect the console vSphere to the server I have to map the port but I don't know the port.

Question by:limmontreefree
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 500 total points
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443 TCP
902 TCP

also common ports are listed here

VMware KB: Required ports for configuring an external firewall

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Hello I proved mapping ports with NAT, but I didn't it working.

I just change the router and I'll try again tonight.

I use a comtrend as ADSL ROUTER and behind it a Zywall 20 USG as Firewall.

I'll tell you.

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Maybe you need to setup a reverse nat to the return traffic from your ESXi knows where to go...

Just a thought

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I never used reverse NAT, i'll read about this.


I'll tell you if I found any problem.


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