Nutanix Cross Cluster Live Migration port diagram

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Nutanix Cross Cluster Live Migration port diagram

Nutanix Cross Cluster live migration allows you to migrate live VMs, with no downtime, between two Nutanix clusters. Needless to say, you have to have all needed ports open for a solution to work correctly. The vast majority of companies, enterprise networks are designed for maximum security. Knowing what ports are needed by particular services, helps you make meaningful decisions around networking and security design.

Nutanix Cross Cluster live migration port diagram

Port Descriptions:

  • 2009 – To transfer data between clusters
  • 2020 – To orchestrate data replication between two clusters
  • 2074 – To communicate with other clusters. Used by application-consistent Recovery Points, configuring static IP address, file-level replication, and self-service restore features
  • 2030/2036 – To orchestrate replication of VM configuration
  • 2073 – To orchestrate replication of NGT configuration
  • 2090 – check task status
  • 49250 – 49260 – dynamic ports to communicate between AHV nodes in the clusters

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Artur Krzywdzinski

Artur is Consulting Architect at Nutanix. He has been using, designing and deploying VMware based solutions since 2005 and Microsoft since 2012. He specialize in designing and implementing private and hybrid cloud solution based on VMware and Microsoft software stacks, datacenter migrations and transformation, disaster avoidance. Artur holds VMware Certified Design Expert certification (VCDX #077).

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