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Veeam Port List Finder (Port Listing not Mapping) (June 2021)

 
 

The journey of Veeam started back in 2008 with a simple tool to protect Virtual Machines and has grown today into a powerful suite of Data Protection solutions. Over the years many functions were added, new platforms are supported, and 3rd party integrations created. The main goal for all products, “It Just Works”, is still valid but within such a powerful suite, multiple options are sometimes available to achieve a specific goal and specific configuration settings are needed in specific cases.

 

That’s why the idea of a Veeam Best Practice guide was born some years ago. What started as one simple Veeam Best Practice document is now scaling to meet the portfolio of products Veeam offers to its customers. We have started to breakout the documentation into relevant product segments, hopefully this will simplify the search for support or information on any individual product. Veeam Best Practice documents are based on real-world experiences within the field, because of this we may lag behind the current versions available from the Veeam website and it may not conform to the Veeam help guides completely, in our opinion.

 

 

 
 

Veeam BP 2020

Veeam (VBR) Best Practice Documentation.

Veeam Size Estimation Tool (VSE)

A Veeam Estimator Tool For New Projects Or Designs.

 
 

Veeam One Database Estimator Tool

We created this to give an basic understanding of what will be required to build a Veeam One Database. We claim no accuracy of the data output as this tool is an indicator only of what this could look like.


There are many factors which influence the sizing of Veeam One and this is a simplified combination.
If your looking to build and implement a Veeam One Server contact your local Veeam System Engineer or Solutions Architect for support and advice on your particular project Veeam.com

 

 
 

Veeam Network Port Mapping Tool

When your designing for a good project you need to know what ports to open, this tool will help you understand what ports need to be open for Veeam to work and perform effectively and map them to your hosts.

.Ports List Finder

The Second Port tool is for those only needing a list of ports rather than mapping them to hosts, aks for a service and output the required port numbers and usage, exportr them into xlsx formatfor later use.

 

 
 

UnPlugged

A list of unofficial plugins that we think are useful