VMware vSphere 7.0 – Tips for using USB Network Adapters

   Running Intel NUCs and other SFF systems with ESXi is a proven standard for virtualization home labs. One major drawback is that most of the available SFF systems only have a single Gigabit network adapter. This might be sufficient for a standalone ESXi with a few VMs, but when you want to use shared Storage or VMware NSX, you totally want to have additional NICs. This article explains some basics to consider when running USB-based network adapters with ESXi

# esxcli software component apply -d /path/ESXi700-VMKUSB-NIC-FLING-39035884-component-16770668.zip

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