What are two possible causes of the problem?

The remote console performance for a virtual machine on an ESXi host appears to be degraded.

What are two possible causes of the problem? (Choose two)

A.
The virtual NIC assigned to the virtual machine has a speed or duplex mismatch.

B.
The physical NIC assigned to the virtual machine port group containing the affected virtual machine has a speed or duplex mismatch.

C.
The physical NIC assigned to the Service Console port group has a speed or duplex mismatch.

D.
The physical NIC assigned to the VMkernel port group has a speed or duplex mismatch.

6 Comments on “What are two possible causes of the problem?

  1. kopigao says:

    Answer should be A and D

    as your explanation in https://www.aiotestking.com/vmware/2012/01/which-of-the-following-could-be-a-possible-cause-of-the-problem-choose-two-4/

    Incorrect answer:
    B: The remote console uses the ESXi hosts VMkernel management port exclusively. You don’t have to have a pNic connected to a virtual machine port group (hence no speed/duplex issues possible) but you can still access the remote console via the vsphere client.
    C: ESXi does not have a ‘service console’

  2. kopigao says:

    sorry. the correct should be B and D.
    the question is talking about a VM’s console performance not the management console

  3. Antti says:

    Can someone explain me why B is correct? isn’t the remote console connection going through VMkernel port group interface? or what does the “remote console” mean in this question?

  4. vcp510 says:

    confused:

    571)
    The remote console performance for a virtual machine on an ESXi Host appears to be degraded. Which of the following could be a possible cause of the problem (Choose Two)?
    A.
    The physical NIC assigned to the virtual machine port group containing the affected virtual machine has a speed or duplex mismatch
    B.
    The virtual NIC assigned to the virtual machine has a speed or duplex mismatch
    C.
    The physical NIC assigned to the Service Console port group has a speed or duplex mismatch
    D.
    The physical NIC assigned to the VMkernel port group has a speed or duplex mismatch
    B is evidently incorrect!
    because pNic is assigned to certain port or port group rather than virtual machine.
    Explanation:
    Incorrect answer:
    A: The remote console uses the ESXi hosts VMkernel management port exclusively. You don’t have to have a pNic connected to a virtual machine port group (hence no speed/duplex issues possible) but you can still access the remote console via the vsphere client.
    C: ESXi does not have a ‘service console’
    ESXi does not have a ‘service console’ (D) but C is not correct. The remote console uses the ESXi hosts VMkernel management port exclusively. You don’t have to have a pNic connected to a virtual machine port group (hence no speed/duplex issues possible) but you can still access the remote console via the vsphere client.

    1276)
    The remote console performance for a virtual machine on an ESXi host appears to be degraded.
    What are two possible causes of the problem? (Choose two.)
    A.
    The virtual NIC assigned to the virtual machine has a speed or duplex mismatch.
    B.
    The physical NIC assigned to the virtual machine port group containing the affected virtual machine has a speed or duplex mismatch.
    C.
    The physical NIC assigned to the Service Console port group has a speed or duplex mismatch.
    D.
    The physical NIC assigned to the VMkernel port group has a speed or duplex mismatch.
    You can not set the Virtual NIC speed/duplex in ESXi so A is wrong.
    Remote console is display by using the management port group that is VMkernel so D is correct
    B is correct ?
    If Physical NIC is use by VM Port Group has some Problem then there should be no remote console performance degradation so i am douted on B

    I think it should be A and D. No physical port can be assigned to VM, but has to be vnic.

  5. ELMO says:

    Guys , please help , from the point only VMK is used , we have all used consoles for VMs with no pnic , so only D makes sense . How can anything from the VM side contribute ?


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