Lynda - VMware vSphere: Network Troubleshooting
Size: 258 MB | Duration: 2h 0m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15&30fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch
Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate | Language: English
Being able to perform basic troubleshooting techniques on a vSphere environment is a key skill for any network admin.

In this course, Brandon Neill looks at some of the troubleshooting skills necessary for a clean vSphere environment. The first chapter is an introduction to the troubleshooting process: defining the problem, scoping, seeking expert advice, and resolving the problem. In chapter 2, Brandon demos some of the tools and techniques for vSphere troubleshooting, including analyzing with esxtop and vsish, capturing packets, and searching log files. Next, learn about VMkernel routing, and troubleshooting VMkernel network issues. In the final chapters, Brandon explains how to troubleshoot VM networking and provide two hands-on demonstrations of the concepts covered in the course.

The troubleshooting process
Analyzing statistics
Testing connectivity
Capturing packets
Searching log files
Troubleshooting VMkernel
Troubleshooting VM networking

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