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I have posted a support case to firstname.lastname@example.org
Scenario - we have just upgrade our replication target host from Vmware 4.0 to 4.1 (re-install rather than upgrade via the VI Client) and changed over the network adapters (so new NICs/MAC address) everything went fine we re-connected the VMFS partitions and re-added the VMFS partitions which was fine replicated vms where all there, so in our veeam server we kicked off the replication jobs which then errored immediately with the error "failed to login to "10.1.70.200" by SOAP, port 443, user "root", proxy srv: port:0 input string was not in a correct format... I m guessing either the upgrade of the version or the change of service console/physical NIC has affected the mapping to host...???
we have kept the root password the same, ssh is enabled (tested via putty) and we can browse the host through SCP no problem!! please help the virtual machines are nearly 1 TB in size and i dont want to have to re-replicate them all again
thanks in advance
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Formatting vbk storage
Client error: Cannot authenticate user.
Soap fault. Detail: '', endpoint: ''
Failed to reconnect to storage. Storage: [stg:4c92e94e-f2e3ba58-e94e-00215e73df32,nfchost:ha-host,conn:esxdr.holdfast.sa.gov.au]. Storage display name: [SANRAID6].
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