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Migrate an Existing Virtual Adapter to a vSphere Distributed Switch & vice versa

Migrate an Existing Virtual Adapter to a vSphere Distributed Switch

You can migrate an existing virtual adapter from a vSphere standard switch to a vSphere distributed switch. Procedure 1 Log in to the vSphere Client and select the Hosts and Clusters inventory view.

2 Select the host in the inventory pane. 3 On the host Configuration tab, click Networking. 4 Select the vSphere Distributed Switch view.




7 Select Migrate existing virtual network adapters and click Next.


8 Select one or more virtual network adapters to migrate.

9 For each selected adapter, choose a port group from the Select a port group drop-down menu.


10 Click Next.


11 Click Finish.

Migrate an existing virtual adapter from a vSphere distributed switch to a vSphere standard switch.

Procedure 1 Log in to the vSphere Client and select the Hosts and Clusters inventory view. 2 Select the host in the inventory pane. 3 On the host Configuration tab, click Networking. 4 Select the vSphere Distributed Switch view.



6 Select the virtual adapter to migrate, and click Migrate.


7 Select the standard switch to migrate the adapter to and click Next.











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