Which two conditions will cause a vMotion validation check to fail?

Which two conditions will cause a vMotion validation check to fail? (Choose two.)

A.
An active connection that matches an existing port group label on the target host

B.
Insufficient network bandwidth on the target virtual switch

C.
Different security policies on the target virtual switch

D.
An active connection to an internal virtual switch

4 Comments on “Which two conditions will cause a vMotion validation check to fail?

  1. Barbara says:

    Incorrect response(s):
    Insufficient network bandwidth on the target virtual switch
    Explanation: VMotion requires sufficient network bandwidth to perform migration, but this is not a part of the VMotion validation check.

    From Mock Exam

  2. Rakas says:

    Internal switch links two VM in ESXi host but do not have an uplink. So these switches are local to a ESXi host hence Vmotion will not work if VM has an active connectionto internal virtual switch.

  3. Lobo says:

    Incorrect response(s):
    An active connection that matches an existing port group label on the target host
    Explanation: VMotion validations check to see that storage and network resources in use by the virtual machine are available on the target ESX Host. The validation also checks to see if the virtual machine has an active connection to a physical device on the ESX Host. In this case, the connection is to a virtual switch that also exists on the target, so the validation will succeed.


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