vmware3222
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A big problem with the conenction pleaaaasssse Help me

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Hi all,

yesterday every thing worked fine

i wanted to migrate hosts from virtual switch to vds

Now nothing works

The problem is the esxi how nsx is .

the connection with this host fails

when i want configure IP settings with command line, i can't configure the gateway, the error is the network is unreachable.

then i can't connect to vcsa

i created a new switch but i have the same error

Please help me . is the work for my thesis and the dead line is near

Thank you

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vmware3222
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Thanks for all

i deleted nsx and restore esxi

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vijayrana968
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Have you checked VLAN configuration Up-links associated with VDS ? Restarts management agent on ESXI and then check you can access ESXI. Perhaps management network lost.

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vmware3222
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i i restart management agents

i have the same problem

ans if i remove vds ?

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vijayrana968
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How much physical uplinks you have on single ESXI host ? You had to do this step by step.

Remove a single physical uplink from the VSS

Add the available physical uplink to the VDS

Migrate any host VMkernel ports and the vCenter Server VM to the VDS

Migrate the remaining physical upinks from the VSS to the VDS and optionally remove the old VSS

Attach snapshost image of VDS and VSS here.

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vmware3222
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I have 4 physical adapters

thw problem is i can ping the host but i can't connect it with web server client

and with cli i can't configure the gateway

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vijayrana968
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Instead of vCenter, try to connect host from vsphere client. check the NIC configuration there then.

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ivanunnio
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You can disable all nic, and enable one olso nic verify the mac addres is it deployed on the switch and after configure the mgt nic.

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vmware3222
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Thanks for all

i deleted nsx and restore esxi

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