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VCP: VMware Certified Professional on vSphere 4 Study Guide
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Chapter 2 Configuring ESX/ESXi Networking 2
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Topics vSwitches Distributed vSwitches ESX/ESXi management network 3
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vSwitches NIC and port maximums NIC teaming vSwitch security policies Creating and deleting vSwitches Ports and port groups 4
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Understanding ports Port- logical object on a vswitch Service console port Vmkernel port VM port group 5
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NIC types pNic- physical interface Virtualized NICs (vNIC)- logical interface Vlance Flexible VMXNET E1000 VMXNET 2 (Enhanced) VMXNET 3 6
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Putting it all together 7
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Networking maximums Table 2.1 ( Table 2.1) 8
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NIC teaming Provides : Load balancing Fault tolerance 9
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Creating Switches Default vSwitch has 24 ports ( can be from 8 to 4088) Additional vSwitches default to 56 ports (64 with 8 reserved ) Deleting Switches Must have no active ports Each host can have 248 switches 10
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Load balancing settings Teaming policy
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Unformatted text preview: Network failover detection method Notify switches Failback 11 Traffic Shaping methods Average bandwidth Peak bandwidth Burst Size 12 vMotion moves the running state of a virtual guest from one host to another without any downtime requires a Vkernel port on the switch 13 Benefits of distributed vSwitches Simplified administration and management through vCenter Support for private VLANs Support for ingress and egress traffic shaping Support for third-party customization and development 14 Distributed vswitch maximums 15 Port binding settings Static Dynamic Ephemeral 16 Migrating VMs to a distributed switch 17 ESX/ESXi management network VMware recommends multiple Service Console and VMkernel ports ESX- uses Service console port ESXi- uses a VMkernel port 18...
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2011 for the course CS 101 taught by Professor Drlu during the Spring '11 term at Herzing.

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