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Port 10001 or 10005?

Post by evilaedmin » Feb 06, 2019 2:57 am

Agent management guide lists port 10005 agent -> VBR server.

VAW guide lists port 10001 agent -> VBR server.

Are both needed?

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Re: Port 10001 or 10005?

Post by HannesK » Feb 06, 2019 8:25 am

Hi,
thanks for bringing this up - I'll check with the documentation team.

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Re: Port 10001 or 10005?

Post by Dima P. » Feb 06, 2019 11:52 am

evilaedmin,

Are you using standalone agent or agent managed by backup server? Thanks!

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Re: Port 10001 or 10005?

Post by evilaedmin » Feb 06, 2019 12:34 pm

@Dima, I want to create jobs and schedules on the VBR server, for clients where the agent was deployed either manually or via ConfigMgr.

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Re: Port 10001 or 10005?

Post by Dima P. » Feb 07, 2019 6:13 pm

Noted, in order to use agent managed by backup server you should create protection group for the desired scope of machines and deploy agents via Veeam B&R server. Next step would be to configure backup job (which in you case can be managed by agent). For such setup you would need to keep port 10005 opened as was mentioned in Agent Management guide. Cheers!

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Re: Port 10001 or 10005?

Post by evilaedmin » Feb 08, 2019 10:45 pm

Dima,

I am still trying to rephrase my question:

I do not wish to manage agents via VB&R (I interpret this to mean deploy or control status of install).

I do wish to create jobs and schedules via VB&R for Agents which I have installed using SCCM.

Is there a way to accomplish this last part without giving Deployment Server -> Agent ports such as 139,445 to the Agent machine?

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Re: Port 10001 or 10005?

Post by doktornotor » Feb 09, 2019 3:26 am

I do not wish to manage agents via VB&R
I do wish to create jobs and schedules via VB&R for Agents
Makes a lot of sense... or not.

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Re: Port 10001 or 10005?

Post by HannesK » Feb 10, 2019 10:38 am

Hello,
Is there a way to accomplish this last part without giving Deployment Server -> Agent ports such as 139,445 to the Agent machine?
yes, that should work. The ports you mention are only for distribution. If you distribute with SCCM (whitepaper), those ports are not needed.

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