|Pivotal Cloud Foundry® (PCF) Ops Manager||1.6 and 1.7|
The purpose of this article is to demonstrate how to troubleshoot possible networking issues with the Ops Manager VM when the virtual data center (vCenter) is migrated. One example of this is when Ops Manager is migrated between virtual data centers in vSphere, an operation that can sometimes cause the Ops Manager VM to not be assigned an IP address. This document describes the steps to troubleshoot and resolve this issue.
Using vSphere client, right-click on Ops Manager, navigate to Edit Settings > Options > Advanced(under vApp Options). Check if the Summary shows as "Configured". Click on Properties and ensure that all the Properties - admin_password, DNS, gateway, ip0, netmask0, ntps_servers are present. If not, you would need to add all of them as per your configuration.
Ensure that the vApp Options are set to "Enable". This can be found by right-clicking on Ops Manager, navigating to Edit Settings > Options > vApp Options.
Verify that the VMware Tools option is checked. It can be found by right-clicking on Ops Manager, navigating to Edit Settings > Options > vApp Options.
If any changes were made in the settings listed above, restart Ops Manager. Using vSphere Client, confirm if the Ops Manager has an IP assigned. You may also use the vSphere console to confirm that an IP was assigned to the Ops Manager.