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  • 7 February 2019
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Hello,
I want to migrate vm from vmware vsphere 6.7 to AHV. When i create source and target i find that connections to vcenter and ahv are ok. But, number discovered vm's on vsphere is 0 and "create a migration plan" button is greyed out. What is a problem?
xtract 2.0.2.
Regards,
Mindaugas
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Best answer by jlaunier 11 June 2019, 18:19

hi @Mindaugas , not sure if you worked past this but if you are still stuck, please open a support case and work with one of our engineers. They would be happy to help you. Also we have significantly newer versions of Move available now.
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Userlevel 3
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Hi Mindaugas,

Can you confirm if Xtract VM can resolve the vCenter and ESXi hosts names? If not, please configure the correct DNS settings on Xtract VM or add entries to the /etc/hosts on Xtract VM.
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Hi,
Sure, Xtract can resolve vcenter ip. I shall include it into hosts file too. My opinion probles is with ports (Xtract is behind firewall) not open or with permissions on VMware..

Regards,
Mindaugas
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Hi, you should make sure port 443 and 902 are open across the firewall... Not only to vCenter, but also to the ESXi hosts.

Regards,
Bart
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Hi,
vcenter is on public network - so all ports outside are open. Should i make port forward to xtract (for ports 443 and 902)?
Regards,
Mindaugas
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Hi,
Now i can access vsphere, but no vms in a list...
Permissions?
Regards,
Mindaugas
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hi @Mindaugas , not sure if you worked past this but if you are still stuck, please open a support case and work with one of our engineers. They would be happy to help you. Also we have significantly newer versions of Move available now.