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Untangle running on ESXi sending tagged VLAN to Cisco switch not working

basically here is my setup: [Host A] = A hypervisor running ESXi 5.0 [Switch A] = A Cisco 2960-S Series 48 port switch [Switch B] = A Cisco 2960-S Series 48 port switch [P-Router] = *A physical ...
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Trouble configuring standard VLANs on BNT G8264 and ESXi 5.5

I have a BNT (now an IBM) RackSwitch G8264 and am having problems trying to get standard VLANs configured and working with my two ESXi 5.5 hosts. I've followed the documentation (which can be found ...
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VLAN IP assigning [closed]

In an Esxi 5.0 server, we have a standard switch created with an ip range of 172.25.17.32-172.25.17.63 with subnet mask of 27. I have created some virtual machines in that host. Now I need to map ...
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Emulate VMware vswitch on KVM [duplicate]

I'm wondering how I would go about emulating how a standard vswitch works in KVM. In VMware you have the following: vmnic -> vswitch(tagged) -> port group (untagged) So all traffic going to the ...
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vSphere — isolated network between hosts

How can I isolate traffic between vSphere hosts, for a test environment, while maintaining the same IP address configuration as the current guest OS's? I have two ESXi 5.0 hosts on my LAN. Each hosts ...
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VMWare vSwitch VLAN IDs and tagged/untagged ports

Similar to this question: What happens when a port is configured as ACCESS and is a part of VLAN 'X' and we get a packet of VLAN 'Y' on that port? Will the switch drop it or it will add a VLAN ...
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Setting up NLB in a VLAN

I have a network layout like this (ESXi hosts): Internal Network + +-----------------+ ...
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338 views

VMware vSwitch and double tagging (QinQ)

I'm experiencing an issue while trying to pass double tagged through a vSwitch. A physical interface on the VMWare host machine is receiving double tagged traffic - the outer tag differentiates ...
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Multiple VLANs in the same subnet

Is it possible to have multiple VLANs in the same subnet, with the same gateway address (TMG)? I want to avoid having many Subnets (and vNIC's in TMG) just to isolate sets of a few hosts. IP: ...
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Access ESXi via the exclusive network management interface for an IPMI board

I would like to know if it's possible to access the ESXi configuration through vSphere using an dedicated network interface for IPMI connection with the motherboard. We have some Supermicro boards, ...
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2answers
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VmwareESXi Vlans, Cisco devices and broadcast making the things odd

I'm having problem for some days trying to make a correct configuration Right now I have a Cisco Catalyst switch, a Cisco Router 2811 and a VMware ESXi node with 4-8 VM (Linux,BSD, Windows), each ...
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111 views

Assigning reserved DHCP addresses from multiple subnets/scopes to VMs on a single ESXi host

I assume this is possible by connecting one of the NICs to a VLAN from each subnet, or perhaps the helper IP takes care of this organically, but my question is, with one single ESXi host, and 3 VMs on ...
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Multiple VLAN on one switch port

I have a HP ProCurve 1810G-8 which I currently use as a normal switch between 3 servers and a firewall. 2 of the servers are ESXi hosts, and one is a Nexentastor box with 2 iSCSI target LUNs. As the ...
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VLAN's in ESXi - require seperate vswitches?

I am trying to configure two separate vlans in ESXi. Right now I have two vlan's set up on a single vswitch in separate port groups (one for vlan 100, one for vlan 110). None of the ports connected to ...
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Setting up VLAN on Win Server 2008 VMware guest

We've a Windows Server 2008 host on VMware ESXi 4 and want to isolate it from the rest of the network. That is, I want no traffic from the Windows Server 2008 to be allowed on the normal network. I ...
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VLAN trunk port not working with ESXi 5

I just purchased my first VLAN-capable switch (SLM2008T-NA), and I tried to configure my first vlan on it. However, I am not able to make my trunk port work with ESXi 5. Here is my current setup: ...
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Handling PVLANs

In a multi tenant switch environment, standard practice is to separate tenants by VLANs. If these tenants need to be on the same address space for any reason, PVLANs are implemented to add separation ...
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1answer
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Add a NEW VM on seperate Subnet

I want to add a new 2008R2 vm to my network. This will be a seperate domain controller for a seperate VLAN'ed off office. This VLAN (20) is all squared away on the switches. I have an office with 3 ...
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Separate virtual switches or just VLAN separation for isolated networks?

I am building a small setup of ESX5 servers. There will be different apps running for different companies on them. Each company has a VM that has one Internet facing vNIC and one vNIC facing to this ...
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Design Critique Needed ( VLAN & ESXi )

So this is my new "project" which consists of tearing down our legacy network and re-doing it correctly. As of now it is a mess. Production is a hogpoge of legacy servers that should have been put to ...
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2answers
432 views

Multiple VLAN's and User Group Confusion

Am deploying and designing a new network for our sourly damaged design. I have never designed a network from the ground up, by my self. The simple run down is this : VLAN 1 - Production at the ...
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1answer
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Wire VMWare Player NIC to a VLAN in Ubuntu 8.04.3

I've got VMWare Player 2.5.x installed on a Ubuntu 8.04.3 host running CentOS 5.3 running Cobbler. VMWare Player has two NICs (I actually took this image from an ESXi image, converted it to Player 2.x ...