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How do you access the VM server sitting on an ESXI host if the host is on a KVM

Posted on 2015-02-24
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Hello EE,

This maybe a silly question as I am using vCenter now to access my VMs, but want to set up a host with one or two VMs on my DMZ without having to buy another server to run vCenter on?
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Bryant Schaper earned 2000 total points
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you could open ports to add it to vcenter or access it directly from the web console or desktop client.  You cannot KVM in and see the guests, you can interact via the cli.  But I dont think that is what you want.

Now, you could still have the management interface of the ESXi on your internal network and the guests on the DMZ.
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Thanks for the confirmation
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