Configuring a vCenter Service
To create a vCenter remote connection service, use the vcenter-connection-create command:
CLI network-admin@switch > vcenter-connection-create name name-string host host-string user user-string password password-string enable|disable vlans vlan-list network-provisioning none|l2-underlay|l3-underlay
name name-string
Specify the name of the vCenter connection.
host host-string
Specify the host name of the vCenter to connect with.
user user-string
Specify the authorized vCenter user name.
password password-string
Specify the password in plain text.
enable|disable
Specify to enable to disable the vCenter connection.
vlans vlan-list
Specify the vCenter plugin VLANs for provisioning.
network-provisioning none|l2-underlay|l3-underlay
Specify if the network provisioning should be none, L2 underlay or L3 underlay.
To modify a vCenter service, use the following syntax:
CLI network-admin@switch > vcenter-connection-modify name name-string host host-string user user-string password password-string enable|disable vlans vlan-list network-provisioning none|l2-underlay|l3-underlay
To delete a vCenter service, use the following syntax:
CLI network-admin@switch > vcenter-connection-delete name name-string
To display information about a vCenter service, use the following syntax:
CLI network-admin@switch > vcenter-connection-show name name-string host host-string user user-string state init|ok|error connected-time connected-time-string connection-error connection-error-string vlans vlan-list enable|disable network-provisioning none|l2-underlay|l3-underlay