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How can I setup an internal network on an ESX 3.5 server?
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Create a virtual switch without a network card.
This internal virtual switch is only usable on the host it is create under.

Create under Host-> configuration tab -> networking.

Can also be done via cmd-line.

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That was easy eneough, thanks man!
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Your welcome,  useful cmd-line utilities for ESX:
http://vmware-land.com/esxcfg-help.html
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Thanks again for the link and your help
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