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How to test communication between SC and SPL/SCC service on Linux machines

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Applies to

  • SnapCenter Server (SC)
  • SnapCenter Plug-in Loader service (SPL)
  • SnapCenter co-located SmCore service (SCC)
  • Linux Plug-in host 

Description

  • To ensure that third-party security devices/applications are not blocking the port 8145 between SC and Plug-in host, Linux native tools netstat and tcpdump can be used to test the communication.

 

 

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