IP route configuration of the service console.
Virtual network adapters configured for use by the service console.
console uses this network access for system management and bootstrapping
services like network boot.
The two sets of virtual network adapters are mutually exclusive.
A virtual network adapter
in this list cannot be used for things like VMotion. Likewise, a
virtual network adapter in the other list cannot be used by the
Client-side DNS configuration for the host. The DNS configuration is
global to the entire host. This is set only if DNS is configured for
IP route configuration of the host.
Physical network adapters as seen by the primary operating system.
Port groups configured on the host.
Virtual network adapters configured on the host (hosted products)
or the vmkernel.
In the hosted architecture, these network adapters are used by the
communicate with the virtual machines running on that host. In the
VMkernel architecture, these virtual network adapters provide the
ESX Server with
external network access through a virtual switch that is bridged to a
physical network adapter. The VMkernel uses these network adapters
for features such as VMotion, NAS, iSCSI, and remote MKS connections.
Virtual switches configured on the host.
Properties inherited from DynamicData