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Hyper-V reverse replication fails

Hi,

I setup two hosts with Server 2019 and enabled certificate based replication on both.

Failover between primary and secondary host works fine. However when I reverse the replication I get this error message:

Hyper-V could not replicate changes for virtual machine ‘Lubuntu_test’ as Hyper-V is not in a state to accept replication on the Replica server. 

I have to remove the entire VM on the primary in order to have it succeed. This causes a lot of wasted bandwidth.

Both servers are in a different datacenter. I forwarded port 443 in the firewall.

If I create a new replication from secondary to primary host, it works fine.

What gives?

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