This is an issue that has been bugging me for a lot time with ESXi. I had the issue with my old Dell server (ESXi 5.0 and 5.5) and even with my new Dell T20 (ESXi 5.5).
For the current issue at hand I will only focus on the new Dell T20 server, to avoid confusion.
Whenever I try to upload something from my Windows 7 PC to any VM on the servers, I don't get more than 3-5 MB/s.
So this has been driving me nuts for a good couple of hours, so I thought I'd ask about it here (let me know if there's a better forum for this question).
I have a CentOS Virtual Machine on ESXi. I was trying to configure the network interface because it wasn't working, so I changed the file /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 to the right IP address/gateway/netmask/MAC ID etc.
We have a Dell PowerEdge R820 running VMware ESXi that has had multiple CPU errors over the past two months. It was originally having an IERR on CPU1 and now is showing CPU Check errors for CPU3. I swapped out CPU3 --> CPU2 and CPU1 --> CPU4 to see if the errors would follow the processors around.
Today I can set up virtual machines with VMware workstation and connect there NIC in GNS3 (Network Emulating) , I can create NIC card by using VMware workstation and assign each virtual machine I have created as Host, In that way I have created Independent networks with different sub-net's.
I want to do it also with ESXi , How I can create Virtual NIC's in ESXi, is there a way to connect ESXi virt