At this step, specify the settings for connecting the Integration Server to VMware NSX Manager:
At this step, you can also configure the settings used by VMware NSX Manager to transmit information to the Integration Server. The settings that the Integration Server Management Console used for connecting to the Integration Server are set by default. The Address field contains the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the computer on which the Integration Server is installed (if the computer is in a domain), the name of the computer in a Windows workgroup (if the computer is not in a domain), or the computer IP address.
Make sure that VMware NSX Manager can connect to the Integration Server using the default settings or change those settings. To change the settings, select the Specify the settings for connecting VMware NSX Manager to Integration Server check box, and specify the IP address or fully qualified domain name of the computer on which the Integration Server is installed and the connection port.
Proceed to the next step of the Wizard.
The Wizard checks whether it can connect to VMware NSX Manager and to the Integration Server using the specified settings.
When establishing the connection to VMware NSX Manager, the Wizard verifies the SSL certificate received from VMware NSX Manager. If the received certificate contains an error, the Wizard displays an error message. Click the View certificate link to view information about the received certificate.
If the root certificate of the certificate chain is missing or is not trusted, install the received certificate as trusted for the Integration Server to resolve the error and ensure a secure connection to VMware NSX Manager. To do so, click the Install certificate button. The received certificate will be installed as a trusted certificate on the computer where the Integration Server is installed.
If checking the Integration Server connection settings ends with an error, the Wizard window displays an error message and you cannot proceed to the next step of the Wizard. If you want to correct the entered settings, click Cancel. If the settings have been entered correctly, you can ignore the error message. If this is the case, click Continue to proceed to the next step of the Wizard.Page top