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I want to do the P to V conversion, How to check required ports open in the vcenter?

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I want to do the P to V conversion, How to check required ports open in the vcenter?
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Have you tried a conversion, and has it failed ?

Unless you have very strict firewall rules, the ports are already open, otherwise you would not be able to connect to vCenter Server.

Please see my EE Article, for additional tips

HOW TO:  P2V, V2V for FREE - VMware vCenter Converter Standalone 6.0
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