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CISCO 3400 NCE module exnternal interface not appearing on  ESXi5 host

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I’m attempting to get ESXi 5.5 to communicate over  the external interface ‘GE2’ on the UCS-EN140N-M2/K9 module, however GE2’s  MAC address is not listing on the ESXi host (the internal interfaces are).

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In another post I just read a mention of  "Custom ESXi ISO for the cisco server" - I used standard version..

Perhaps I should use a custom version - as listed here - which one though?
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Installing the CISCO OEM ESXi image resolved.
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