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Static IP address assign for vmware template

Posted on 2013-01-07
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Hello,

I wanted to assign static IP address for VM template. Right now I log into vsphere client and assign the IP address, but now I want do do it command line. Is there way I can do it in command line?
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Deploy the Template with A Customization Template with a Static IP Address.
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You mean through vsphere client?
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 500 total points
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Yes, or through PowerCLI

define your customization specifications.

$spec = Get-OSCustomizationSpec –Name <spec name>
Get-Template <template name> | New-VM –Name <target-vm-name> -VMHost <name of vmhost> -Datastore <name of datastore> -OSCustomizationSpec $spec

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Thank you
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