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Restore VM to aws EC2

  • 7 September 2022
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Does anyone have a network diagram of how to restore through a proxy and without, with ports and protocols?

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Best answer by Chris.Childerhose 7 September 2022, 15:09

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I myself don’t have a diagram but found this documentation for the process - Restore to Amazon EC2 - User Guide for VMware vSphere (veeam.com)

I imagine if you Google this and then select images you might find something that someone has diagrammed possibly?

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Yes, I see this document. Thanks.

But it would be good to see a diagram of which protocol and port the recovery is based on, etc. I seem to have found it on the Internet before, but now I can't find it :(

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Here is the ports used by Veeam just search the page for EC2 - Used Ports - User Guide for VMware vSphere (veeam.com)

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I saw it too…

 

If there is a recovery to the cloud without a proxy, then the upload to the bucket s3 is via HTTPS or via 443 TCP? Is it safty to send data thought Internet?

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I saw it too…

 

If there is a recovery to the cloud without a proxy, then the upload to the bucket s3 is via HTTPS or via 443 TCP? Is it safty to send data thought Internet?

I think so! However, I usually do this kind of recovery using proxy.

Normally it runs faster.

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I saw it too…

 

If there is a recovery to the cloud without a proxy, then the upload to the bucket s3 is via HTTPS or via 443 TCP? Is it safty to send data thought Internet?

Yes cause 443 uses SSL via HTTPS which is secure connection.

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