Connecting VMware vSphere Servers

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    Before you begin, make sure that:

    • Your VMware vSphere platform is supported. For more information, see section Supported Virtualization Platforms of the Veeam ONE Deployment Guide.
    • All necessary ports are open. For more information, see section Ports of the Veeam ONE Deployment Guide.
    • The account used to connect vCenter Server has the required permissions. For more information, see section Connection to Virtual Servers of the Veeam ONE Deployment Guide.

    To connect a VMware vSphere server:

    1. Open Veeam ONE Client.

    For more information, see Accessing Veeam ONE Client.

    1. Launch the Add Server wizard. To do this, click the Add Server button on the toolbar.

    Select Add Server

    1. At the first step of the wizard, select VMware vSphere.

    Connecting VMware vSphere Servers

    1. At the Connection step of the wizard:
    1. Specify DNS name or IP address of the server which you want to connect to Veeam ONE.
    2. Select whether the server is a vCenter Server or an ESX(i) host.

    Connecting VMware vSphere Servers

    1. At the Credentials step of the wizard:
    1. Specify credentials of the user account for connecting to the server in the DOMAIN\USERNAME format.
    2. Change the port number if required. By default, port 443 is used for communication with VMware vSphere servers.

    Connecting VMware vSphere Servers 

    1. At the Summary step of the wizard, review the connection details and click Finish.