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Adding ESXi Hosts to vCenter- Video Tutorial

Host is an ESX or ESXi Server which is hypervisor used to virtualize the server & allow us to create the virtual server’s in that host. Host provides the resources to the virtual machines such as CPU, Memory, Storage, Network Connectivity etc

vCenter server is also known as the virtual center. vCenter Server provides the centralized management of vSphere Virtual Infrastructure. You can manage all your vSphere products such as ESXi & Virtual machines.

So in this Video Tutorial i will show you how you can add ESXi Host to vCenter & also how to configure NTP Server for ESXi Hosts.

 

 

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About Mayur Parmar

Hi I am Mayur Parmar. Independent Author & Founder of Mastering VMware. I am working in IT industry for more than 2 Years with knowledge of VMware , Microsoft Server’s, Linux Server’s.

6 comments

  1. Praveen Kumar M

    hi Mayur
    when i am trying to add host to Vcenter server,i am getting this error.Please help me to resolve this issue.
    “cannot contact the specified host.The host may not be available on the network , network configuration problem may exists or The management services on this host may not be responding”.

    Regards
    Praveen M

    • @Praveen
      Check your network connectivity with ESXi hosts first.
      Logon using ESXi Console & from there try to Test Network & you can also try by restarting the management agents which you will find in Troubleshooting Options.

      • hi mayur
        Thank you so much for your response.
        I already restarted the management agents but it didn’t workout.I ll try with test network today.What if suppose this test network also fails.

        • @Preveen In the Test Network ESXi host checks connectivity with the Network Configuration provided such as Gateway, DNS so if it fails then you will come to know where is the correct problem of connectivity.

  2. hi mayur
    am new to VMware but i tried with all steps and i wanted to tell you that it is test server,so am connecting the server directly.The issue still continuing..

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