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vCenter Registration Shows Wrong IP


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Hello,

As the subject suggests, when I go to perform a vCenter registration the wrong IP shows. I have double checked my vCenter IP and am not sure what is happening. Any clues?

-Andy
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Best answer by Chandru 23 November 2017, 00:36

andy_kalman Can you plesae run the following command from any one of the cvm's


hostssh 'grep -i serverip /etc/vmware/vpxa/vpxa.cfg'

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Thank you for pointing me in the right direction.

I disconnected and then reconnected the offending hosts and all is right again!

-Andy
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Hi Chandru,

Thank you for replying. Here is the output: 61.10 should be the correct IP. I did realize that 61.2 is the VIP for the cluster.

nutanix@NTNX-8G64FB2-1-CVM:10.212.60.43:~$ hostssh 'grep -i serverip /etc/vmware/vpxa/vpxa.cfg'============= 10.212.60.3 ============ 10.212.61.10============= 10.212.60.6 ============ 10.212.61.2============= 10.212.60.4 ============ 10.212.61.2============= 10.212.60.5 ============ 10.212.61.10nutanix@NTNX-8G64FB2-1-CVM:10.212.60.43:~$-Andy
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andy_kalman Can you plesae run the following command from any one of the cvm's


hostssh 'grep -i serverip /etc/vmware/vpxa/vpxa.cfg'
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Forgot to add that I am unable to find that IP shown in the registration box given to another VM within the cluster.

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