Which two conditions would explain the loss of network connectivity for the virtual machine?

An administrator determines that a virtual machine configured for the Development port group lost network connectivity when it was migrated with vMotion from one ESXi 5.x host to another. The administrator notices that machines configured for the Production port group are not experiencing the issue. The hosts have port groups with the following network configuration:
Host A:
Production (VLAN 100)
Development
Host B:
Production (VLAN 100)
Development (VLAN 200)
Which two conditions would explain the loss of network connectivity for the virtual machine? (Choose two.)

A.
The configured VLAN for Production on Host A is incorrect.

B.
The configured VLAN for Development on Host B is incorrect.

C.
An improper native VLAN is configured on the uplinks to Host A.

D.
An improper native VLAN is configured on the uplinks to Host B.

One Comment on “Which two conditions would explain the loss of network connectivity for the virtual machine?

  1. Rich says:

    This question is vague….

    I think that they’re implying that the development port group should be configured for no VLAN(0) with the physical switch configured for VLAN tagging (EST).

    VLANs aren’t configured on uplinks…do they mean the physical switch ports that the uplinks connect to?

    Anybody?


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