The subject is alittle bit fuzzy as I could not write something else more descriptive...
Here is what I mean and am struggling with:
Inside vcenter, when creating a portgroup for a distributed switch, I can configure uplink teaming and failover assuming I have at least two vmnics been recognized by vsphere. However which port/vnic inside UCS really represent the vmnics I am using for portgroup uplinks?
The issue I have is I configure VLANs for vNIC inside UCS but somehow they doesnot seem like to be corresponding to my portgroup uplinks inside vsphere...
I do have the NIC teaming and failover configured as "Route based on originating virtual port" under portgroup. How can I verify which vNIC inside UCS represents vmnic1 and vmnic2 inside vsphere? I would need to see if UCS southbound links (total 4 links to each IOM) are configured as port channel.
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1. Browse to any Datastore of ESXi Host2. Upload the folder "lsigetvmware_022817" ex. Suppose the datastore name is "Datastore3"
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