1 Reply Latest reply on Feb 5, 2019 9:28 AM by daphnissov

    VM access to VSAN network

    buffalix Novice

      in a vsan environment, technically any vm can have a nic connected to the vsan network? Is that a security/performance concern?

        • 1. Re: VM access to VSAN network
          daphnissov Champion
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          in a vsan environment, technically any vm can have a nic connected to the vsan network?

          No, because a vmkernel port on a vSAN network cannot be used by virtual machines. There would need to be an additional ESXi uplink with virtual machine port group that utilizes it in order for VMs to attach to it.