Please provide me your suggestions in fixing the issue, we are able to access the Web client using https://fqdn/vsphere.client, as the same we are unable to access web client using https://fqdn:9443 port.
unable to access VM's using web console, where routing with the port number :9443.
logs are showing fine.
Thanks in Advance,
Do you mean the actual vm console or the flash webclient? 9443 is still used for the web console, if its not working, was it before? If not you may want to check the firewall rules. Another option if you mean the vm console you can try the remote console, which uses a different port.
unable to find where to check, How I can check the firewall rules, those rules from network team side or from vCenter we can do something.
Kindly suggest asap.
Are you still using the windows vcenter, if so did someone turn on the windows firewall when it was off. Outside of that it would be on the networking team to check if there is a firewall between you and the vcenter server. I know in one environment I manager we have those ports blocked on a network firewall, we prefer anyone using that environment to use the vmrc.
Kindly find below the port required to access vCenter and ESXi: VMware Knowledge Base
To change ports try this: VMware Knowledge Base
suspecting the same, to be verified by the network team. Also could you please let me know how to check the "Web-Client" lost restart time? in this case we verified the logs of vsphere-client (webclient). nothing found.
We are using "VCSA"
just checked the telnet to the VC <telnet vc name 9443> able to connect.