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    Default Setting up VLANs in VMware vSphere

    Hi guys. I have distributed vSwitch Production_DSwitch with three portgroups inside. One portgroup for Management traffic and two portgroups for VLAN 11 and VLAN 12 VM traffic.

    Сould you please help to find out why there is no connectivity between virtual machines neither in 192.168.11.0/24 subnet nor in 192.168.12.0/24 subnet.
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    Have you got VLANs set up/Supported on your switches and configured on your router?
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    No I haven't. If I don't need inter-VLAN routing should I have a trunk that goes to/from the phisical switch?
    I just need VMs intra-VLAN connection.
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    Based on your screen shot, your vds looks OK for van 12. Check the physical switch connecting you estimate hosts.
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    Sorted. Just did some changes in advanced sharing settings.
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    As I understand if I need some hosts to be able to connect to each other with the same VLAN without traffic getting out of that VLAN then I don't even need to specify VLAN and can leave as is (VLAN TYPE - NONE). The only thing I need is create either separate distributed switch with portgroup or just create another port group within distribtued switch. Is that correct?
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