Which of the following could be a possible cause of the problem (Choose Two)?

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

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.

8 Comments on “Which of the following could be a possible cause of the problem (Choose Two)?

  1. kopigao says:

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


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