Network traffic is one of those things that are vital for your workflow in all ways. However, the sad truth is that equipment fails, and if you don’t want anything to disrupt the work, you ought to have a backup plan. Find out from this article how to load balance network traffic between the physical NICs on ESXi host.
As an admin, I often have to deal with the necessity to transfer large OVF and ISO files or even move virtual machines (VMs) between ESXi hosts that have poor network performance or disposed in different locations with no network connection whatsoever.
Today, I’d like to share some of cool ESXCLI commands for performing a good part of IT related routines. Sure, vSphere Client has a wonderful GUI allowing for carrying out most of daily tasks… but CLI is much more powerful tool once you master it! So, that’s actually why I share my “Swiss Army knife” commands here.