My customer has two networks on different subnet need to management with NetSight.
So I build two lan cards on ESXi Server and implement to NetSight.
But I can't find the second lan card on NetSight....
Even I edit the /etc/network/interfaces for the second lan card - eth1,
it can not work..
Could you kindly help me how to build 2 lan cards on NetSight?
Thanks for your help.
With the routing concept, the no default gateway NIC should can search it's own network,
and other network will search by the NIC with default gateway.
This can work on general network.
So I think it should be work with NetSight too.
And the problem is I don't know how to make the second NIC work on NetSight (VM).
This is possible-
I did this once for a customer that wanted separation of their switch management network from the production server network (that their PC's were on, and the Netsight server).
I hacked into Ubuntu, created an additional interface, gave it an IP and it was able to discover and communicate with the switches.
It only needed one default gateway on the data network (so users could reach Netsight 1st nic) as the switch management addresses were all on the same VLAN as the Netsight 2nd Nic.
I thought I documented the process but I cannot find it right now, and I just searched the web and was able to find the commands fairly easily.