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VMWARE vphere 5.1 via web client how to tell if a network cable is plugged into the physcial nic

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does this mean that there is no physical connection on the highlighted ports ?

or could it be plugged in?link down
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The only way it could be plugged into a physical port is if your switchport was disabled/non-configured.
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 500 total points
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Well it means, there is no link to the physical switch, which could be:

1. no cable
2. faulty cable
3. port disabled
4. mis-match speed
5. mis-match duplex settings
6. not negotiating at the correct speed
7. faulty nics
8. fault ports
9. LACP not setup correcly.
10, static trunks not setup...
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by:NAMEWITHELD12
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awesome , Perfect
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No problems.
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