Agent on Ubuntu trying the wrong IP address to VBR server

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Agent on Ubuntu trying the wrong IP address to VBR server

Veeam Logoby dsegel » Wed Sep 13, 2017 4:19 pm

I'm running VAL on an Ubuntu 14.04 server to back up to a VBR server. It keeps trying all the available IP addresses on the VBR server, despite being configured with the specific IP it should use to connect to it. This slows down the start and running of each job by qiote a bit. Is there any way to force it to only use the one IP?

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[13.09.2017 09:06:31] <140620674881280> lpbcore|     IP endpoints: [192.168.2.16:2501; 192.168.1.16:2501; 192.168.2.17:2501; 192.168.1.17:2501; 10.2.1.16:2501].
[13.09.2017 09:06:31] <140620674881280>        |     Trying to connect to the endpoint [192.168.2.16:2501]
[13.09.2017 09:06:38] <140620666488576> lpbcore| Lease keeper: sending keep-alive request.
[13.09.2017 09:08:38] <140620674881280>        |   Connection status: system:110 ( Connection timed out ).
[13.09.2017 09:08:38] <140620674881280>        |     Trying to connect to the endpoint [192.168.1.16:2501]
[13.09.2017 09:09:08] <140620666488576> lpbcore| Lease keeper: sending keep-alive request.
[13.09.2017 09:10:45] <140620674881280>        |   Connection status: system:110 ( Connection timed out ).
[13.09.2017 09:10:45] <140620674881280>        |     Trying to connect to the endpoint [192.168.2.17:2501]
[13.09.2017 09:11:38] <140620666488576> lpbcore| Lease keeper: sending keep-alive request.
n[13.09.2017 09:12:52] <140620674881280>        |   Connection status: system:110 ( Connection timed out ).
[13.09.2017 09:12:52] <140620674881280>        |     Trying to connect to the endpoint [192.168.1.17:2501]
[13.09.2017 09:14:08] <140620666488576> lpbcore| Lease keeper: sending keep-alive request.
[13.09.2017 09:15:00] <140620674881280>        |   Connection status: system:110 ( Connection timed out ).
[13.09.2017 09:15:00] <140620674881280>        |     Trying to connect to the endpoint [10.2.1.16:2501]
[13.09.2017 09:15:00] <140620674881280>        |   Connection status: system:0 ( Success ).
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Re: Agent on Ubuntu trying the wrong IP address to VBR serve

Veeam Logoby Crashinit » Wed Sep 27, 2017 9:39 pm

Did you find a solution to this?
I am having the same issue.
It is slowing the backup job by up to 30 minutes.

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Re: Agent on Ubuntu trying the wrong IP address to VBR serve

Veeam Logoby Tibo » Thu Oct 19, 2017 1:28 pm

Same issue here. It takes 30 minutes to start.
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Re: Agent on Ubuntu trying the wrong IP address to VBR serve

Veeam Logoby vmniels » Fri Oct 20, 2017 1:56 pm

Please contact support for insight and assistance in a solution. If possible post the support ID for future references. Thanks!
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Re: Agent on Ubuntu trying the wrong IP address to VBR serve

Veeam Logoby PTide » Fri Oct 20, 2017 3:42 pm

Hi,

When VBR server is contacted by Agent it returns all IP addresses of the host where the target data mover is working, i.e. a repository or its gateway. In case the host has multiple IP addresses then multiple IPs will be returned.
Currently there is no conventional fix for that, however we're considering to fix this in future release. It should be possible to workaround the issue by setting an iptables rule that will forwards all port 2501 outbound traffic to the correct IP. Please note, that if there are multiple agents sending backups to the same repository then ports next to 2501 will be assigned for data transfer, e.g. agent1: 2501, agent2: 2502, agent3:2503.

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