I don't achieve adding a host to our vCenter Server Appliance.
I allowed on both routers all connections to each other. I am also using the administrator@<sso-domain> account to avoid permission errors.
While the connection in the wizard works and shows everything correctly, it stops at about 95% with the error message:
Can not assign a license to "Host" myhost.example.com. Make sure the License Service is available.
I also checked that the License Service in the vCenter is running.
So there are only two things which are different to the host, I already added
Can someone reproduce this problem?
What could I check to get it working?
Do you have any other thoughts?
Using NAT between vCenter and Hosts is unsupported configuration, but there is some workaround, take a look: VMware KB: Using NAT between the vCenter Server system and ESXi/ESX hosts
I tried the article, but it did not help in my case.
Further I am not clear if it is the correct direction (my host is behind a NAT and not the vCenter - sorry for the confusing title).
Which is the NAT IP in the example? Is it the one in the 10.x network or in the 192.168.x network?
Further this article mentions that some services are installed when you connect them to vCenter for the first time.
Is there any way to force a reinstall for all of them (in case something with the installation went wrong before I resolved all other issues like firewall)?