When you configured network-to-Amazon VPC connectivity, you configured port forwarding to allow your Amazon AWS tunnel machine to access vRealize Automation resources.
You need to add tunnel custom properties on the reservation to configure the agents to access those ports.
If you are using a PAT or NAT system network between your organization's network and the vRealize Automation network, you can use these properties to access your private IP address and port.
- Click the Properties tab.
- Click New.
- Configure the tunnel custom properties.
Use the private IP address of your Amazon AWS tunnel machine and port 1443, which you assigned for vRealize_automation_appliance_fqdn when you invoked the SSH tunnel.
- Click Save.
You created a reservation to allocate Amazon AWS resources to your architects business group. You configured the reservation to support the guest agent and the Software bootstrap agent. Your architects can create blueprints that leverage the guest agent to customize deployed machines or include Software components.