You can use cURL to pinpoint connectivity problems among the components of your vCloud Connector installation.

Log on to the appropriate instance as admin either through the console or via SSH. The default password is vmware. The following procedure tests all the connections in order. Use whichever segments are useful to you. Use the -x, --proxy <[protocol://]proxyhost> option if necessary.

You have installed your vCloud Connector Server and Nodes and they are running. You have any necessary proxy information.

1

Log on to the vCC Server to test the vCC Server connections.

2

Test the connection between the vCC Server and a vCloud Director cloud:

curl -k -v https://vcd-host/api/versions

3

Test the connection between the vCC Server and a vCenter Server:

curl -k -v https://vc-host/mob

4

Test the connection between the vCC Server and a vCC Node:

curl -k -v https://node-host/agent/api/v2/org/org/version

5

Log on to the vCC Node located in the vSphere internal cloud to test the vCC Node connections used in the copy path.

6

Test the connection between the vCC Node and the vCenter Server:

curl -k -v https://vc-host/mob

7

Test the connection between the vCC Node and the ESX host:

curl -k -v https://esx-host/mob

8

Test the connection between the vSphere vCC Node and a vCloud Director vCC Node outside the firewall:

curl -k -v https://node-host/agent/api/v2/org/org/version

9

Log on to the vCloud Director vCC Node.

10

Test the connection between the vCloud Director vCC Node and the vCloud Director cloud:

curl -k -v https://vcd-host/api/versions