A VM port group provide associated virtual machines access to other system on physical N/Ws by providing a switch to switch connection i.e virtual switch to physical switch and vice versa.
In vSphere 4.x we have Three types of port groups: 1. Virtual Machine. 2. VMKernal Port Group. 3. Service Console Port Group. In vSphere 5.x we have two types of port groups:- Virtual Machine-> for passing VM traffic. VMKernal Port Group->… Continue Reading
Ans: Go to Host -> configuration -> networking -> adding N/W on the right hand side -> without selecting any IP,VLAN ID, NIC Card through to it because it is for only internal purpose for the communication b/w one to… Continue Reading
Purpose: What is VMHA and it’s Master/Slave, requirements of VMHA, Best practices for VMHA vSphere HA detects failures and provides rapid recovery for the vm’s running within the cluster. Core functionality of VMHA includes hosts and vm’s monitoring to… Continue Reading
Go to Host -> configuration -> N/Wing -> R.H.S add N/Wing -> port tab and N/W adapter tab. So in a port tab you can add more port groups VM, management port group and many more. You can perform add,… Continue Reading
Here you will find about Virtual Standard Switch (vSS) Topics you will cover : Virtual Networking Network Adapters Virtual Standard Switches(vSS) vSS functionality Similarities Between pSwitch and vSwitch Types of vSwitches Virtual Switch ports What is a vLAN? MAC address changes… Continue Reading
Purpose:What is VMware converter? Explain hot and cold migration? VMware converter is an application developed to migrate a source system into destination/target system. It converts and packages a machine or server into a new virtual machine that resides on… Continue Reading