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  • Ronnie Wong

    @Billy-Springs,

    I"ll try and find out about the MAC labs, I'm not sure what we're considering to do or if anything but I"ll try and find out and someone will post back here.

    Dor your business related questions, you may try to find a business consultant who can help you to price what you're willing to do competitively for your market. Unfortunately, even we can help you with some of the technology questions on the business side of things, you may want someone who actually has experience in business planning and development.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @Bang-Bui,

    This has changed with updates to the Windows 10 interface. They want you to use their newer interface that takes you away from the management consoles. It can still be found using settings and typing control panel in the search box there.

    There are other ways too!

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @Shloima-Berger,

    You're looking at RFC 1918 address for Class B?

    The range is from 172.16.0.1/12 to 172.31.255.254/12 is a complete network with a /12.

    With a /13 determine what the network range would be 172.32.0.1/13 to 172.63.255.254/13.

    Let me know if this isn't what your referring to.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @Trent-Wilhite,

    Great job! The ITProTV teams congratulates you on your achievement and celebrates with you. Thank you for sharing. We'll be here for you when you're ready for your next professional certification goal.

    Please feel free to post here if you have any questions as you study too!

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @Steven-Doan,

    Cool, great troubleshooting finding the error!

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @Steven-Doan,

    Just to make sure I'm on the same page as you. When you created the captured image in the Create Capture Image Wizard, after setting the image name, description and location and file name...on the next screen did you Check Mark the Add image to Windows Deployment Server now?

    If you didn't, check path where you typed in the location and file name. Verify the image is there. If it is you can add it back to where it needs to be on the WDS server.

    Let me know.

    Also check your logs and verify it's not throwing any event logs at you that indicate something in error has happened. You should only see the successful completion of tasks. If errors or warnings are reported. please let me know what they may be.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @Dan-Wages,
    From Adam Gordon:

    "Dan,

    Great set of questions regarding SRM. The information I am providing to you below will help to explain your options with regards to how to deal with IP addresses for the VM's during a BCDR failover event. We have had this capability going back several generations in SRM at this point, so the concepts have not really changed much.

    https://docs.vmware.com/en/Site-Recovery-Manager/6.0/com.vmware.srm.admin.doc/GUID-BFCAC4EB-0433-4DA5-93AD-4D8D3B7B7662.html
    Run DR IP Customizer to Customize IP Properties for ...
    docs.vmware.com
    You can use the DR IP Customizer tool to customize the IP properties for multiple virtual machines that Site Recovery Manager protects. "

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @John-Farrell,

    This is not going to work the way, I think you're thinking about. There are technologies out there, GNS3, that will emulate a Cisco router. But there is not a way to virtualize a switch because a switch relies on ASICS to work that technology cannot be emulated.

    Built into VirtualBox is a simple switch technology that you use to connect a couple to few VMs to the same subnet. But this is not really configurable that will help you in your studies.

    If you have a Cisco IOS version for 7200 or 2691 something similar, you can emulate the router operation in GNS3. You can use the cloud connection in GNS3 to connect to a VM in virtualbox using loopback to connect both of the technologies but this something that you'll have to research.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @Dan-Wages,

    • You've got two choices: "To customize IP settings or not to customize IP settings" in the SRM.

      • If you don't customize IP settings of VMs (Default). SRM will use the IP settings you set for the DR site for the recovery or test move of that VM from site to the DR (production to DR--use DR IPs for each VM). SRM will use IP settings of the production site for recovery or test move of VM from DR to production (DR to production--use production IP for each VM)
      • If you customize IP settings of a VM, you can do this for production site and DR. This customization overrides the default settings when moving from DR to production.
    • When you setup the SRM, You'll setup the address that you'll want clients to connect (this is a virtualized IP). The clients will probably connect to this address regardless of what IP address the VMs have in VMWare.

    I've asked Adam Gordon to also chime in on this too. so hopefully soon you'll have the VMWare ZenMaster with an answer, real answer! ;)

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  • Ronnie Wong

    With no further activity or posts to this topic, I've marked it as solved.

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