• can’t ping guest os from the outside LAN

    hi i have configued vmware as xp is my host os and windows2003 as server, i need to make my guest os working like a standalone PC in the LAN,which network setup i need to follow. becuse whenever i tried to make ping from guet os to LAN pc's ts working fine, but same time when i tried to ping from...

    VmwareITspace5 pointsBadges:
  • P2V migration length — VMware

    How can I calculate / estimate the time length of p2v migration with vmware vsphere 4?

    Zvishe5 pointsBadges:
  • VMware doubts

    Why vmware server has use some specific type network card?Why others are not compatable.

    Ganeshtvm5 pointsBadges:
  • Virtual DNS/AD/DHCP Servers with VMWare vSphere

    Hi I decide to set up a simple server at home on my whitebox server by installing VMWare vSphere Server as a host server with all my primary DNS, AD & DHCP as virtual servers on the vSphere Server. As there is no dns server to resolve the vSphere Server hostname. During the initial vSphere Setup, I...

    Leewy5 pointsBadges:
  • PIP1 socket file not getting created

    I am trying to connect the VMWare serial console from my ESX host. The steps I followed: 1. Made the changes into the virtual machine properties.       serialport 1: use named pipe       pipe name: /vmfs/volumes/Storage1/vm1/pipe1       near end: server       far end: the virtual...

    ITKE347,785 pointsBadges:
  • Packing and Unpacking Xen tarballs

    Using vmware I have a generic machine file that I use to quickly stand  up a vm  then customize as I need.  It's a tgz that I use and occasionally unpack and  patch to keep the OS on the generic vm up to date. I'm looking to be able to do that with Xen, but I'm not sure  what files I need to...

    ITKE347,785 pointsBadges:
  • How are you backing up your virtual machines?

    What are you currently using for your virtual machine backups, particularly with VMWare? One of the writers over on SearchDataBackup recently virtual agents rather than the APIs VMWare and others have been rolling out, and I'm wondering if that's true with ITKErs as well.

    Michael Morisy8,323 pointsBadges:
  • VMware 3.5 / VC 2.5

    Using VMware 3.5 and VC 2.5, what is the max # of HOSTS that can be added to a Cluster configuration? 

    Smitty7k25 pointsBadges:
  • Datastore on ReadyNAS NV+ disconnects

    I have VMserver 2.0 running and have one of my VMs on a datastore on a Netgear ReadyNAS NV+, when ever I reboot the VMserver the server loses the connection to the NAS and the VM can't be found. I've had to resort to deleting the now missing inaccessable VM, removing the datastore and then adding...

    HankG605 pointsBadges:
  • Size capacity limit for an esx server and Linux VM

    Looking for a centralised file server application which runs on Linux flavour OS.Would like to know what is the disk size capacity which an ESX can hold at the maximum and also the maximum disk size a paticular linux vm can hold ?

    Kirankumarh10 pointsBadges:
  • Data Guard implementation for Oracle 10gR2

    I am making a standby database for dataguard on 10.2.0(windows 2003 VmWare) following this tutorial. I am confused about the standby database creation. I successfully configured the PD with these steps, but I simply ran the oradim command for the standby databae creation then mounted the database...

    ITKE347,785 pointsBadges:
  • VM WORKSTATION 6.5

    Does VM Workstation 6.5 support MAC platforms? Or is a different software

    Pfahl22120 pointsBadges:
  • VSphere 4.0 Upgrade

    Hi, I would like to know what is involved in upgrading VMware ESX server 3.5 to VSphere 4.0. Any recommendations on best practices of doing this? Here is a list of questions that I would like to know What steps are involved for the upgrade process?How does the upgrade process work? If something...

    Ubersol5 pointsBadges:
  • VMware backtracking on vSphere Enterprise Edition phaseout

    As you may have read, VMware is backtracking on its end-of-availability for vSphere Enterprise Edition, extending its availability indefinitely. Are you confused about it? Relieved? Has this announcement affected your decisionmaking process for upgrades in the future?

    JennyMack4,280 pointsBadges:
  • Virtualize external OS hard drive

    I have a hard drive that has an operating system on that was backed up using Acronis.  I would like to make this hard drive a virtual machine so I can use it for testing on VMWare or Virtual PC.  I don't have the original machine the hard drive was backed up on so could anyone please tell me if...

    ConFlicker210 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2008 with VMware Domain Controller migration

    I am currently upgrading our network with a windows server 2008 and VMware. I have 2 Domin Controllers. Server09 and Server11. Server09 is also the DHCP server. I want to move the Domain Control off Server11 and Server09 to the new Server 2008 My Question is if the new server 2008 is attached too...

    ITKE347,785 pointsBadges:
  • Evaluating HP, Dell, IBM Solutions for small VMware deployment

    Gday All, Currently doing some research for a solution to consolidate our 6 or so servers using VMware. We are looking to implement HA, DRS and VMotion. Our budget for the hardware is about $30K AUD and we currently have 10 users. We have the following server roles to consolidate and they are...

    Chiper15 pointsBadges:
  • which is the best virtualization for my scenario?

    Hi All, We are having 15 desktops used for around 30 users.The users only need to store thier exchnage email account in outlook and will use VPN (window s/thirdparty) clients and need internet. all are running on windows platform.   We are planning to increase the no of users and we need to...

    sumeshbnr1,675 pointsBadges:
  • How do I configure VMware guestOS(s) to talk to Vista Home Premium as a Host to access DB2 or any other database?

    Greetings all, I have a Vista home premium 64-bit, 4GB AMD ram, etc on a HP pavillion Laptop. My goal is to work with DB2 in testing advanced features such as replication, federation, failover and data partitioning (DPF). I want to do all of this with one physical machine (a spare office laptop)...

    OKONITA15 pointsBadges:
  • How do I enable SNMP on VMware ESX 3.5 server?

    How do I enable SNMP on VMware ESX 3.5 server

    ITKE347,785 pointsBadges:

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