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how to find out MAC Physical addr of the physical NIC of ESXi hosts from vCentervSphere Client

how to find out MAC / Physical addr of the physical NIC of ESXi hosts from vCenter/vSphere Client

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how to find out MAC / Physical addr of the physical NIC of ESXi hosts from vCenter/vSphere Client

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Without getting to UNIX command prompt of ESXi hosts,

how can I find out MAC addresses of its trunked as well

as non-trunked NIC ports from vCenter / VC ?

I have no access to the ESXi command prompt but I have

Right Click the VM, select Edit Settings.

Click on the required NIC and you will get the MAC address.

Open the VM and type ipconfig /all will also get it.

more specifically this would be the command, i think.

Get-vm Select Name, @N=Network;E=$_ Get-networkAdapter0MessageActive today

rather the ESXis physical NICs MAC address0LVL 124Overall:Level124VMware117Virtualization73MessageActive today

by:Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)

Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 1800 total points

Select the Host — Configuration — Network Adaptors using the vSphere Client.

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