Attempting to troubleshoot IP and port connectivity issues on a Turbonomic appliance is a bit difficult. The target configuration 'target status' doesn't really give enough information and the default toolset in the appliance ssh session doesn't provide telnet, traceroute, or netcat. As long as your appliance has internet access, you can install these tools fairly easily though.
Quite simply, assuming nothing changes later, the appliance runs OpenSuSE. You can make use of zypper to install the additional tools needed such as netcat, telnet, and traceroute:
zypper install netcat-openbsdUsage of netcat is the same as ESXi which you can reference here or use 'man netcat'.
Installation of telnet and traceroute are a bit more straightforward:
zypper install telnetNotes:
zypper install traceroute
- These tools simply give you an idea of connectivity from the appliance's perspective.
- Traceroute can help you determine if anything in between is preventing your connection. Such as a hardware firewall.
- telnet provides same functionality as netcat albeit it's more obvious when a successful connection is made.
- I recommend uninstalling tools once you are done just to maintain the system's integrity.