Step 2. Select Server and Traffic Ports

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    At the Server step of the wizard, select a server which you want to use as the VMware CDP proxy, specify description and ports that will be used for communication:

    1. From the Choose server drop-down list, select a physical or virtual Microsoft Windows server to which you want to assign the VMware CDP proxy role.

    If you have not added a server to the backup infrastructure, click Add New to open the Add Server wizard, and follow the instructions from the Adding Microsoft Windows Servers section.

    1. In the Proxy description field, provide a description for future reference.
    2. In the CDP daemon traffic port field, specify a port that the source and target host will use to communicate with the VMware CDP proxy.

    The range of available ports is 30332–30339.

    1. In the CDP proxy traffic port field, specify a port that the proxy will use to communicate with other VMware CDP proxies.

    The range of available ports is 30332–30339.

    Important

    You must specify different values in the CDP daemon traffic port and CDP proxy traffic port fields.

    Step 2. Select Server and Traffic Ports

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