After you install the vRealize Operations for Published Applications adapter, you disable the firewall service, open the default ports, and restart the firewall.
If you are using vRealize Operations Manager 6.4 or later, opening the ports is not necessary.
Install the vRealize Operations for Published Applications adapter.
Verify that you have root privileges.
- Log in to vRealize Operations Manager collector server.
- Access the command prompt and run the service vmware-vcops-firewall stop to disable the vRealize Operations Manager firewall service.
- Open the default ports by editing the configuration file.
Access the vmware-vcops-firewall.conf file in the/opt/vmware/etc/vmware-vcops-firewall.conf directory.
In a text editor, modify the properties for the RMI service ports that you want to change, for example TCPPORTS="$TCPPORTS 3095:3098" .
Access Windows Firewall and select and click Next.
Select Specific local ports and type the ports that you are using, for example3095-3098.
The default ports are 3095-3098. If you changed the default ports, specify the ports that you are using.
- Run the vmware-vcops-firewall start command to start the service.
If the service vmware-vcops-firewall start command does not enable the ports, start the collector server.
What to do next
Add a vRealize Operations for Published Applications license key. See Adding a vRealize Operations for Published Applications License Key