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use Fibre port as VMNIC instead of built in copper ports

 
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use Fibre port as VMNIC instead of built in copper ports

we received our HPE ProLiant DL380 Gen10 server and now we are setting up ESXi as base OS. This new servers will be intergrated later on to existing VCenter in our infrastructure.   I would to ask if we can use these fibre ports as vmnic (vmnic 0 -3)?  I know from some deployments of Gen9 or Gen8 usually they are using the built in 4 copper ports.Just checking if anyone uses fibre ports as vmnic and what are pros and cons.thanks

 

 

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Re: use Fibre port as VMNIC instead of built in copper ports

Hello,

Please share the HBA card detail as well as I would request you to engage the OS vendor for more clarification.

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