naymar27
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Join 2 existing PSC

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Hello all,

my infrastructure is made up of 2 vcsa and 2 external psc. I wish to join the 2 psc.

Is there a way of joining 2 existing psc or I need to installation and join the new psc to the existing one?

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HassanAlKak88
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Hello,

Yes you have to reconfigure PSC (from the installer setup) on site B to Join PSC on site A.

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rajen450m
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Hi,

Reconfigure the vCenter Server on Site B to access Site A External PSC.

Follow the below steps and see (try to take snapshot of VCSA).

Reconfigure vCenter Server with Embedded PSC (your case it is another external PSC) to vCenter Server with External PSC

  1. Login to the vCenter Server:

    vCenter Appliance - as root user using SSH.
    Windows v Center - as administrator using RDP.


  2. Run this command to verify that all PSC services are running:

    service-control --status --all

  3. Run this command:

    cmsso-util reconfigure --repoint-psc psc_fqdn_or_static_ip --username username --domain-name domain_name --passwd password [--dc-port port_number]

    Note:The FQDN value is case-sensitive.

    The options username and password are the administrator user name and password of the vCenter Single Sign-On domain_name.

    Use the --dc-port option if the external Platform Services Controller runs on a custom HTTPS port. The default value of the HTTPS port is 443.


    For example:

    Run this command if the external PSC runs on a custom HTTPS port 449:

    cmsso-util reconfigure --repoint-psc psc.acme.local --username administrator --domain-name vsphere.local --passwd Password1! --dc-port 449

  4. Login to the vCenter Server instance by using the vSphere Web Client and verify that the vCenter Server is running and can be managed.

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HassanAlKak88
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Hello,

Yes you have to reconfigure PSC (from the installer setup) on site B to Join PSC on site A.

Please consider marking this answer "CORRECT" or "Helpful" if you think your question have been answered correctly.

Cheers,

VCIX6-NV|VCP-NV|VCP-DC|

@KakHassan

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Cheers,
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naymar27
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Thank's for your reply.

That's what I thought.

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