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Not able to connect to Virtual Machine

Posted on 2016-09-23
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LAN showing unidentified network.

Tried disabling and enabling not worked
uninstall and reinstall didn't worked
reconfigured but didn't work.
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ID: 41812972
which VMware product are you using ?
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by:Techie solution
ID: 41812997
vcenter (vcsa) 6.0.
this issue is with only one vm
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ID: 41813104
are you using the VMXNET3 interface?

what is the VM OS ?
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by:Techie solution
ID: 41813126
yes it vmxnet3.

It is server 2008R2
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what does your switch config look like
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by:compdigit44
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I had an issue like this before where it was something as simple as the incorrect  default gateway entered for the static IP. As a test have you tried to assign other IP or use a DHCP address?
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by:Techie solution
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I did everything also checked the gateway but no luck. I tried using other IPs too but no luck.
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the issue was with VLAN , which was not configured right (VLAN ID was missing).
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by:Techie solution
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This solved problem.
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