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  • In this session we will start with an empty network jack with connectivity to the outside world.We will setup a data center.This session will:Set expectations on what you will encounter as you embark on a setupProvide background knowledge on what is needed to accomplish thatFor the next 75 min we are all datacenter admins
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  • Why?Configuration for DC on a single objectComplianceAccess to hyper-v port settings3rd party extensionsUpdates get applied to all hostsWhy not?More setup up frontLimits live migration
  • Demo: Show default classifications and port profiles Create uplink port profile – set teaming modes Create virtual port profile Create LS Enable teaming Add port profiles Add switch to host
  • Now that hosts are setup what can you do with it?
  • Now that hosts are setup what can you do with it?
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