The VMware logo icon following a username indicates that this user is a VMware employee. You want to be in the vsphere client, on the host under configuration, networking. Thanks for the answer. I cannot seem to find the correct driver. Andreas Peetz February 1, at
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I am just curious if you have been able to get a USB to Ethernet adapter to work or not. Anonymous May 22, 3cmo 6: If you want to have multiple VLANs on that logical link then you can make the ports trunk ports – which you should do on both sides.
There are two Realtek NICs id 10ec: Thanks for the answer. I see that there’s a ESXi 6. Nevertheless, 3cim gave those a try set LAG3 to two ports and changed the Load Balancing methodbut it didn’t seem to budge. Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. I guess “Solution 3” applies to you.
Submit a new text post. Anonymous March 29, at 7: Gerald December 3, at 1: Andreas Peetz February 1, at The script works fine.
Also, I didn’t really didn’t want to return back to configuration page since it’s such a hassle to connect to the management VLAN 1 port, lol. I’ve tried unplugging the second Ethernet cable, which 3fom the connection problem but not the NIC teaming one.
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Submit a new link. Anonymous February 1, at Bart van Hooijdonk April 21, at 3: You should just have the LAG in non-negotiate mode. It looks like there is no compatible version of PowerCLI installed! Andreas Peetz March 21, at 7: Add VIB netr 8.
It is far easier to use load balancing based on virtual port ID and not use LAG on the physical switch side. Hello, thanks for a great website. Bart van Hooijdonk April 23, at 4: I had the same issue Unfortunately it is not as easy as with ESXi 5. Two exi nvidia nforce gb nic’s show up just fine in the network management setup after an install but I can’t get any other NIC’s to show up, I need a total of 4.
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Anonymous March 17, at 3: Unknown December 22, at Two onboard nvidia nforce gb esxo Where can I check to see if all 4 cards are recognized if the above question is yes? I normally use Intel but you should be able to check VMWare hardware compatability list. This was a life saver, thanks!