Configure a virtual switch. The virtual switch handles port groups and VLAN tagging, and sets the uplink for virtual port groups. By default, there is a single virtual switch: vSwitch0. You can add additional switches and assign them to different physical network interfaces.
Add a new virtual switch. You must provide a switch name.
Add port group name to the switch.
Print the current Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) for the switch.
Set the CDP status for the switch. This may be down, listen, advertise, or both.
Delete a virtual switch. If the switch has any ports in use, this will fail.
Remove port group name from the switch.
List switches and their port groups.
Attach an uplink interface to a virtual switch. This should be an unused physical interface or vmnic.
Set the size of the Maximum Transfer Unit (MTU) for the switch. This will affect all interfaces attached to the virtual switch.
Add an uplink interface to a port group.
Remove an uplink interface from a port group.
Specify name of the port group to use with the --vlan option. Specify ALL to apply to all port groups on the switch.
Remove an uplink interface from a virtual switch.