Switch back to the Workload Manager or Cost Optimizer UI and click Configure Region link in the upper left of the Region Connectivity section to bring up the Configure Region dialog box. The toggle settings should be the same as when you set them in the connectivity page of the Add Cloud dialog box. You may need to update the Local AMQP IP Address or the Remote AMQP IP Address fields per the table below.

Toggle SettingsFieldValue

Cloud Endpoint Directly Accessible = No
AND
CloudCenter Directly Accessible from Cloud Remote = Yes

Local AMQP IP Address

Pre-populated with the address and port number of the "local" AMQP server running in the CloudCenter Suite cluster.

If Cloud Remote is accessing the CloudCenter Suite cluster through a user-supplied proxy server or NAT firewall, overwrite this field with the corresponding local AMQP IP address and port number provided by the user-supplied proxy server or NAT firewall and accessible to Cloud Remote.

Cloud Endpoint Directly Accessible = No
AND
CloudCenter Directly Accessible from Cloud Remote = No
Remote AMQP IP Address

Enter <Cloud_Remote_IP>:<amqp_port>, where
<Cloud_Remote_IP> = the IP address Cloud Remote which is accessible to the CloudCenter Suite cluster, and
<amqp_port> = 5671 OR the custom AMQP port number
you would later set with the Change Ports shell script on the Cloud Remote appliance (see Cloud Remote (Conditional) > Custom Port Numbers (Conditional)).

If there is no user-supplied NAT firewall or proxy server between the CloudCenter Suite cluster and Cloud Remote, the IP address would be the public IP address of Cloud Remote.

If there is a NAT firewall or proxy server between the CloudCenter Suite cluster and Cloud Remote, instead, enter the corresponding public IP address and port number that the firewall or proxy server presents to the internet on behalf of the "remote" AMQP server running in Cloud Remote.

When done, click OK to save the setting and dismiss the dialog box.

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