2 Replies Latest reply on Jun 6, 2019 8:48 AM by ju_2411

    Connection problem between ESXI

    ju_2411 Lurker

      Hello,

       

      Today, we have 3 ESXI servers in version 6.5 hosted at Online. For several weeks, for no reason, we have been experiencing the same problem on 2 ESXI. The network adapter on our local card ( Private network) no longer wants to connect to our various virtualized machines via ESXI.

       

      The problem is present on old virtual machines (Ubuntu, CentOS,...) as well as recently created machines.

       

      On one of the 3 ESXIs, we have a DHCP that must assign IPs to the other VMs of the other ESXIs.

       

      I remain at your disposal for any further requests.

       

      Sincerely,

        • 1. Re: Connection problem between ESXI
          EricChigoz Enthusiast

          Hello,

           

          Please help us understand your environment and throw  more light here:

           

          1. Today, we have 3 ESXI servers in version 6.5 hosted at Online. DO YOU HAVE THEM IN THE CLOUD?
          2. For several weeks, for no reason, we have been experiencing the same problem on 2 ESXI. The network adapter on our local card ( Private network) no longer wants to connect to our various visualized machines via ESXI. KINDLY GIVE EXAMPLE IP ADDRESSES USED
          3. The problem is present on old virtual machines (Ubuntu, CentOS,...) as well as recently created machines. I GUESS THESE ARE VIRTUAL MACHINES ON THE HOSTS?

          Thank you

           

           

          • 2. Re: Connection problem between ESXI
            ju_2411 Lurker

            Hello,

             

            1. Today, we have 3 ESXI servers in version 6.5 hosted at Online. DO YOU HAVE THEM IN THE CLOUD? No, ESXIs are physical machines on online data centers.
            2. For several weeks, for no reason, we have been experiencing the same problem on 2 ESXI. The network adapter on our local card ( Private network) no longer wants to connect to our various visualized machines via ESXI. KINDLY GIVE EXAMPLE IP ADDRESSES USED : 192.172.0.x 
            3. The problem is present on old virtual machines (Ubuntu, CentOS,...) as well as recently created machines. I GUESS THESE ARE VIRTUAL MACHINES ON THE HOSTS? Yes that's