I want to protect individual VMs on a vSphere/ESXi host with firewalls rules using a solution that works directely on the hypervisor. By default vSPhere does not allow that, right? It has to support a clustered setup of course. What are my options?
What is not an option for me is: - Running a firewall as a VM and bridging all the VMs behind that. - Using the Windows build-in firewall since they want admin to the OS and hence can just disable the Windows Firewall.
A scenario would be one VM where you give a user access to. But from that machine he should be totaly isolated from the rest of the network. So he should not be allowed to access any other machine. Even not the ones on his own subnet