Once upon time there was ‘ping’. A nice tool to check connectivity. Had the ability to set the df (don’t fragment bit) and set size so you could check end to end MTU. Then along came ‘vmkping’, which is pretty
Has been done before, but things have changed with 6.5 and Get-EsxCli -V2, so I thought I’d share an updated script. This makes sure you have the same SNMP settings on all hosts. This is kind of a response
Since ESX can now run vMotion of separate TCP/IP stack then there’s minor difference to using vmkping to test connectivity. You need to use the -S switch. e.g vmotion kernel interface is vmk1 and you use the defaults…. [root@esx-xxx:~] vmkping
ESXi 6.5 has been released by VMware. Release Notes Here Install is much like any previous version. Relatively painless. First thing to note in the new UI. All HTML5 based Other ‘issues’ so far: 1) When adding local SSD, the
The .htaccess file can be used to restrict access to directories or files on your web site. By restricting access to certain files and directories you can reduce the possibility of your site be compromised.
mstsc /admin /v:servername gets you admin console connection and kicks others off