Incapsula incident ID: 184000010219588115-883458851355492378 Request unsuccessful. Reply ↓ Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Ended up wrestling with this issue for a while and this is the single web page I came across with the solution. Incapsula incident ID: 184000010219588115-567198049751269397 ⇨SEND US FEEDBACK! More about the author
Reply ↓ Kyle April 13, 2016 We just encountered this same bug after moving our SSO identity source from LDAP to AD integrated. A second TSE actually had me try to login as [email protected] instead of my AD credentials. We seem to be having this problem too, except our env is > 10 vCenters and SRM 6.1 so it is annoying because we can't seem to view SRM data for Solution Restore the vCenter Server certificate to the certificate that you used when you installed Site Recovery Manager or install a new vCenter Server certificate.
Related tasks Modify the Installation of Site Recovery Manager Server Request unsuccessful. Incapsula incident ID: 184000010219588115-810529945892159513 Virtual Chris Random IT Musings Skip to content HomeAboutLog Insight Queries and AlertsvSphere 6 Upgrade SRM 6 Upgrade: Not Connected to SRM Server By Chris | February Cause This problem can occur if the certificate for vCenter Server does not match the certificate that Site Recovery Manager requires, for example if the certificate for vCenter Server changed since My first attempt to upgrade the 6.1 installer lambasted me for trying to go from 5.8 to 6.1, I needed to upgrade to 6.0 first.
On one site it said it was connected to both sites, but I still had some issues browsing through the SRM tabs. We had to rebuild our vCentre instances (thus going with the default integrated domain login with sso 6) and also our SRM set up. I've reached out to VMware for an update on the "feature request" (aka bug fix) that they asked you to submit. Failed To Connect To Site Recovery Manager Server 503 I did submit a feature request, so hopefully they'll address the issue at some point.
Failed to establish connection to VMware vCenter. : std::exception 'class Vmacore::Ssl::SSLVerifyException' "SSL Exception: The remote host certificate has these problems: * The host name used for the connection does not match Note that I did not have to re-install the SRAs. I'm not sure what the drawbacks of using LDAP vs AD integrated (I thought there were some issues with kerberos login), but for now I'll have to deal with it. After talking to some vCenter TSEs he had me try moving the SSO identify source from integrated AD to LDAP (using this KB but in reverse). Logging in with my AD credentials
I did have to re-enter my SRA credentials but I'm not sure if this was due to the upgrade. Srm Cannot Complete Login Due To An Incorrect Username Or Password Search for: Recent Posts Creating Hybrid Diskgroups on DL380 Gen9 using Powercli Storage Policy Blank when Enabling VSAN Performance Service Replacing HP P440 controller in VSAN Setup Semi-Famous Code VMworld 2016: Request unsuccessful. Using the second site, it would show not connected to both sites.
Incapsula incident ID: 184000010219588115-340318567003586579 Request unsuccessful. I heard that it's gotten some traction but I haven't gotten an update Reply ↓ Simon April 7, 2016 Just wanted to say a massive thanks for posting this. Server Connection Not Connected To Srm Server Related Category: SRM vSphere Tags: AD integrated, authentication, LDAP, srm 6, sso, upgrade, vcenter upgrade Post navigation ← Error 81 When trying to join new SSO to existing SSO domain PSC Failed To Retrieve Pairs From Site Recovery Manager Server At Required fields are marked * Name * Email * Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email.
After upgrading to 6.0, I did not see the Site Recovery Manager icon in the Web Client. http://webjak.net/to-connect/xenserver-unable-to-connect-to-server-an-unknown-error-occurred.html Reply ↓ Chris Post authorApril 7, 2016 Glad it helped! Site Recovery Manager Installation and Configuration > Troubleshooting Site Recovery Manager Installation and Configuration 1 2 3 4 5 1 Ratings Feedback 1 2 3 4 5 1 Ratings vSphere Incapsula incident ID: 184000010219588115-240859682912600081 Request unsuccessful. Failed To Connect To Site Recovery Manager Server
Incapsula incident ID: 184000010219588115-590842437421236247 Request unsuccessful. This was a fairly common issue, simply restart the Web Client on both vCenters got things going. Support had me un-install SRM (but KEEP the database), remove the com.vcDR extension in vCenter using this KB, and then re-install SRM. http://webjak.net/to-connect/failed-to-connect-to-ftp-server-21-wordpress.html Next week I'll do the last part of the upgrade to 6.1.
Thanks Reply ↓ Chris Post authorMarch 21, 2016 Hi Kevin, Unfortunately they basically told me that I would have to submit a feature request (which I did). Failed To Connect To Site Recovery Manager Server Unexpected Status Code 503 Incapsula incident ID: 184000010219588115-702096671801606168 Request unsuccessful. It also would show an error popup in the lower right window that there was an invalid username/password trying to login to the remote site and that it could retrieve the
Incapsula incident ID: 184000010219588115-240859687207567377 Request unsuccessful. Have you received any further news from VMware on your feature request? At first login, things looked the same but I WAS able to re-pair the sites. Failed To Connect To Site Recovery Manager Server Connection Refused VMware don't seem to have this massive oversight documented anywhere!
The next issue was that I would open the plugin but BOTH sites would state: "Client Connection: Not Connected to
Problem When you click the Site Recovery icon in the Home page of the vSphere Client, the connection to Site Recovery Manager fails with the message: Connection to local Site Recovery Changed it to LDAP in SSO and it kicked straight in and allowed me to continue configuring it.