ChrisOng
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x3650 M2's found Vusb0

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Hi,

I have a new x 3650 and found tha tthe virtual switch detected Vusb0. What is this NIC used for and when it should be used?

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a2alpha
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Hi ChrisOng,

I asked the same question on this thread below, I believe it is installed as part of the Bios upgrade to UEFI 1.03 and is associated to a new vSwitch which it creates but I have not had a full answer or explanation yet as it what it is.

http://communities.vmware.com/thread/234171

It is referenced in this blog page also:

Sorry, but thats the best I can do!!

Dan

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a2alpha
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Hi ChrisOng,

I asked the same question on this thread below, I believe it is installed as part of the Bios upgrade to UEFI 1.03 and is associated to a new vSwitch which it creates but I have not had a full answer or explanation yet as it what it is.

http://communities.vmware.com/thread/234171

It is referenced in this blog page also:

Sorry, but thats the best I can do!!

Dan

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That is probably the new setting for the the former RSA card if I had to hazard a guess. RSA was the out of band console management for the servers and in the M2 series they integrated that function onto the EFI BIOS.

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