erikerikerik007
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VCSA Appliance 503 Service Unavailable (Failed.../ui action = Allow _port = 8080)

I normally find similar problem and solved righ away so big thanks to this forum, but now i'm facing a problem that most likely nobody else ever experience.

when accessing https://<vcsa>/ui, i got 503 Service Unavailable but the difference between my problem and anyone else is that my port number is 8080.

VCSA Appliance 6.7

root@vcsa [ ~ ]# service-control --status --all
Running:
applmgmt lwsmd pschealth vmafdd vmcad vmcam vmdird vmdnsd vmonapi vmware-analytics vmware-cis-license vmware-cm vmware-eam vmware-perfcharts vmware-pod vmware-postgres-archiver vmware-rbd-watchdog vmware-rhttpproxy vmware-sca vmware-statsmonitor vmware-sts-idmd vmware-stsd vmware-updatemgr vmware-vapi-endpoint vmware-vmon vmware-vpostgres vmware-vpxd vmware-vpxd-svcs vmware-vsm vsan-dps vsphere-client vsphere-ui
Stopped:
vmware-content-library vmware-imagebuilder vmware-mbcs vmware-netdumper vmware-sps vmware-vcha vmware-vsan-health
root@vcsa [ ~ ]#

 

https://<vcsa>/vsphere-client/ <== is working.

my first issue is that I do not have access to root to see services status, but solve by doing password recovery.

after almost than a week following Solved Thread in this forum and VMware Knowledge Base but still fail, now I'm totally lost and have no clue.

kindly help.

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erikerikerik007
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Hi @ptarnawski ,

 

no joy, error still the same.

 

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ptarnawski
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Ok, if that is not STS cert, I will ask maybe a stupid question but is your port 8080 open? 

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