VMWare, Physical NIC's

Posted on 2012-08-28
Last Modified: 2012-08-28
How do I tell how many physical NIC's I have on my machine through the vSphere Client
Question by:Los Angeles1
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    select the Host in vSphere Client > Configuration Tab > Network Adaptors

    Network Adaptors

    Configuration Tab > Networking

    to view vSwitches, NICs, and VMs associated with vSwitches, NICs

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