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I'm not sure but the two epo servers may connect through their agent-to-server port, the same as done by an ePO server and its Agent Handler
Thank you. I'm still in Phase 1 for defining policy sharing and I have not even created the server task. Thought I asked well before I would run into obstacle in that area too.
However, currently the server registration is what I have trouble with; namely the SQL connection testing towards the test ePO database. Still it fails and orion. log does not say much about the nature of the error other than it failed to obtain sql information.
I don't have a test box to check this at the moment, but I would expect that the two ePO servers will need to communicate on the console to server port - 8443 by default - so you'll need to openyour environment's equivalent port in both directions.
I'm currently at the Register Server phase, that is, I'd like to register the test ePO server on the production ePO server. This wizard allows defining and testing SQL information for the registered server.
I'm performing this stage in a remote console (that is, not in a console opened on the production ePO server). I think this does not matter. If it does please say so.
Currently the following ports were enabled in the respective directions shown:
Prod_EPO srv -> Test_EPO srv on target ports 8443, 1433 and 1434
My Workstation -> Test_EPO on target ports 8443 and 1434
Testing the SQL connection results in a failure. I tried capturing network traffic, but that's too much information for me and I don't see any failures there..
You may want to confirm that you can establish any connection from the production environment to the lab database.
Use the same credentials from something like osql/sqlcmd or SQL Management Studio if you have it installed. You could also try telnet <labsqlservername> port#, but you may need to know a bit more about what is/is not allowed between the two environments.