I have an ESXi 4.1.0u3 standalone (clean install). Only vmnic0 is connected to management/clients. vmnic1 is temporarily connected to another network for transfering data. vmnic2 and 3 are teamed to the iSCSI on a seperate VLAN. I can manage the ESXi with the client from a different subnet, but not from it's own subnet. I can ping it from it's own subnet, but can't even access the webinterface.
ESXi adresses: vmnic0: 10.3.5.20/255.255.254.0 (/23) vmnic1: 10.12.240.18/255.255.255.0 (/24) vmnic2+3: 10.3.2.20/255.255.255.0 (/24) gw: 10.3.5.254
Client address which can't manage: vSwitch0 (vmnic0) connected: 10.3.5.100/255.255.254.0
Client address which can manage: Over Cisco Anyconnect VPN (ASA5505): 10.3.3.11/255.255.255.0
Switch is a stacked Dell PC6224 without VLANs (except iSCSI VLAN). ASA is connected with a single link to switch and has IP 10.3.5.254/23 and traffic between different hosts on same interface allowed (not that this should matter)
I'm stumped: - can ping from local subnet - can't access https from local subnet - can't access with vSphere client from local subnet - can do all of the above from any other subnet
Where to look?