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  3. Zsolt Pamuki
    Zsolt Pamuki at |

    Looks quite straightforward.

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  4. Alessandro
    Alessandro at |

    Nsx is a very complete network solution:-)

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  5. nkorte1
    nkorte1 at |

    Straight forward and Simple. Thanks Chris

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  6. Mike Medrano
    Mike Medrano at |

    Another great blog you have here Chris!

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  7. Amit
    Amit at |

    Nice Post

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  8. ScoZell
    ScoZell at |

    Thanks for the detail!

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  9. Andres Rojas
    Andres Rojas at |

    thx for the nice post, easy to follow!

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  10. Geoff Neish
    Geoff Neish at |

    This deep dive into NSX has been very helpfull. Thanks

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  11. Yuri Mendoza
    Yuri Mendoza at |

    OMG this is a really detailed explanation. Will put it on my favorites list. Thanks

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  12. Ravi Venkatasubbaiah
    Ravi Venkatasubbaiah at |

    Chris, thanks for another great post!!

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  13. vervoortjurgen
    vervoortjurgen at |

    thank you

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  14. Lalit
    Lalit at |

    thanks, nice post

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  15. Zsolt Pamuki
    Zsolt Pamuki at |

    Thanks again.

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  16. Kevin Parker
    Kevin Parker at |

    Nice explanation! Thx for the series…

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  17. forbsy
    forbsy at |

    Hi Chris. Where does your Windows 7 vm’s get their IP’s from? When you place them onto the Desktop-Templates port group, how do they obtain an IP? I tried your steps in my lab and my Windows 7 vm’s get no IP as soon as I change them to the bridge port group. At this point I can’t ping anything? Not sure what I’m missing.

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  18. andynashers
    andynashers at |

    Layer 2 Bridging Simples when you have this in your favourites good blog Chris.

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  19. Rajesh Gundeti
    Rajesh Gundeti at |

    Thanks a lot. Good info.

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