others78 wrote:If I change the Windows NFS port, I can't mount the ISO repository because the port is different from the standard (161)
Yep, this is exactly the reason why you cannot do this for vPower NFS either
others78 wrote:The Vpower NFS server is only used in order to use the "Instant Recover" function?
Also for application item recovery, multi-OS file level recovery, SureBackup and on-demand sandbox. But Instant VM Recovery feature alone is more than enough reason to have it. Why cannot you simply provision new VM and install Veeam Backup there?
Why not just remove Windows NFS altogether, and use vPower NFS as your ISO repository instead? Trust me, it is so much better than Windows NFS... we know this first hand - our original plan for was was to rely on Windows NFS for all vPower functionality, but eventually we were forced to invest significant (and unplanned) effort in implement our own NFS server from scratch. The only drawback here is that, of course, the vPower functionality performance will be affected due to extra load from NFS clients reading ISO data.