An administrator is experiencing network connectivity issues between virtual machines. The virtual machines and hosts are configured as follows:

VM1 is running on Host1
VM2 is running on Host2
Both Host1 and Host2are attached to the vSphere Distributed Switch dvSwitch1
Both Host1 and Host2 are using vmnic0 and vmnic1 on dvSwitch1
Both virtual machines are using the default portgroup for network traffic
What are three settings the administrator should investigate while troubleshooting the connectivity
issue? (Choose three.)

 
A.VLANs of the physical NICs
B.Failover order of the uplinks
C.Virtual NIC connectivity to the dvSwitch

D.Security policy of the portgroup
E.Traffic shaping on the portgroup

 

 
Answer: A,B,C
Explanation:
To find out connectivity problems, you can use VLANs of the physical NICs, virtual MIC
connectivity to the dvswitch and failover orders of the uplinks.

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