The installer automatically configures endpoint Web addresses for the vCloud Director Web Console, vCloud API, Tenant Portal, and console proxy. A system administrator can customize these addresses if necessary to support load balancer or proxy requirements.

Only the system administrator can customize public endpoints.

1

Click the Administration tab and click Public Addresses in the left pane.

2

Select Customize Public Endpoints.

If you clear this checkbox, all endpoints revert to the defaults that were configured by the installer. Default values are not shown on this page.

3

Customize the vCloud API endpoints.

If you specify a custom value for HTTPS REST API base URL, click Browse to upload the certificates that establish the trust chain for that endpoint.

4

Customize the vCloud Director Tenant Portal endpoints.

Select Copy API URL Settings to configure the Tenant Portal to use the same endpoints and certificate chain you specified in Step 3.

5

Customize the vCloud Director Web Console endpoints.

If you specify a custom value for vCloud Director secure public URL, click Browse to upload the certificates that establish the trust chain for that endpoint.

6

Customize the vCloud Director console proxy address.

This is the fully-qualified domain name of a cell host or load-balancer. The vCloud Director Web Console uses this address when opening a remote console window on a VM.

7

Click Apply to save your changes.

To discard your changes, click Revert.