After some Windows 2016 server deployments on ESXi 6.5 customers started to notice slow server responses. I came across the following VMware article. https://recommender.vmware.com/solution/SOL-13898?src=vmw_so_vex_mrous_1194 So after checking the build numbers on the ESXi server it turned out i was on build 5146846. I suggest you upgrade to ESXi 6.5 Update 1, build number should be 5969303 or higher If you are unable to upgrade ESXi then use the registery settings in this VMware article. hope this helps anyone.
NSX Edge - Find DHCP lease When you switch to NSX edge and you setup DHCP for you network, you find yourself wondering or looking for some IP address of a new device you hooked up. Since there is nog overview in the NSX interface you have to SSH into your NSX edge. So lets SSH with your favorite program into the edge (in my case I use putty) Then type the following: show service dhcp leaseinfo It shows you the ip address and much more of all your DHCP lease devices. For example. i hooked up a new Cisco [...]
Well most of you will probably run into this problem by now "Shockwave Flash has crashed" I use mostly chrome but i have been reading that also firefox is affected. Some update of flash makes everything crash. I found a nice fix from virtuallyGhetto so thank you. you saved my day eventually adobe published a new beta release for Flash here here are the steps i took close all browsers uninstall Flash players from your comuter donwload en install the beta Flash player start your browser again and voila. it works again.
The upgrade contains the following set of conflicting VIBs when i tried to upgrade my ESXi host to 6.5 i ran in the error The upgrade contains the following set of conflicting VIBs: HUAWEI_bootbank_hio_188.8.131.52-1OEM.5184.108.40.2061820 HUAWEI_bootbank_hio_220.127.116.11-1OEM.518.104.22.1681820 Remove the conflicting VIBs or use Image Builder to create a custom upgrade ISO image that contains the newer versions of the conflicting VIBs, and try to upgrade again. so lets remove the vib set your ESXi host in maintenance mode because you will need to reboot enable SSH if its not enabled already ofcourse putty into your esxi host list the vib containing HUAWEI: [...]
Failed to connect virtual device 'ethernet0' It seems this error is still turning up in vSphere 6.5. I'm running vSphere 22.214.171.12400. I couldn't get the VM connected, so after some searching i came across this blog on the VMware community here. Seems it has something to do with VMRC 9.0. now if you read the post you come to the comment of Czernobog. at the end he had to use the fat client. Since you cant connect with the fat client to a vSphere 6.5 i had to use the web client HTML5 not the flash. Edit the vm en now i [...]