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Question 471

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Question:
An administrator enables High Availability (HA) on a Virtual SAN cluster.
There are four vmkernel port groups with the following IP addresses assigned:
- Management: 192.168.12.10
- vMotion: 192.168.13.10
- Virtual SAN: 192.168.14.10
- Fault Tolerance 192.168.15.10
Which IP address will HA use for traffic?

Description:
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Correct Answer:
192.168.14.10


Discussion

Sjoerd Hooft, 2017/04/18 16:42

I read somewhere that if vSAN is enabled on a cluster HA will use the VSAN IP address for its traffic. I'll try to find the correct link.

Sjoerd Hooft, 2017/03/31 16:04

According to here it should be the Management VMKernel port group:

Management traffic | Carries the configuration and management communication for ESXi hosts, vCenter Server, and host-to-host High Availability traffic. By default, when you install the ESXi software, a vSphere Standard switch is created on the host together with a VMkernel adapter for management traffic. To provide redundancy, you can connect two or more physical NICs to a VMkernel adapter for management traffic.
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