Creating IP Pool for Virtual Appliances with vami.netmask0 error
I rebuilt my lab today from scratch after having used AutoLAB for a little while and as much as I love AutoLAB and highly recommend it, I needed to go back to basics so I can lab up AutoDeploy and a few other things that are automated using AutoLAB.
I finished setting up my domain with a DC, vCenter/Starwind iSCSI, and 2 hosts. I had gone through and added my licenses and set up my networking – or at least I thought I had! I was finally up to a point where I thought I would start placing some VMs onto the hosts and thought I would start by just deploying a couple of Virtual Appliances so that I could make sure my iSCSI was running and I could get network access correctly.
I started by deploying vMA Virtual Appliance, easy – Accept the license agreement > set static IP > Done. (Plus a couple of other tick and flick options). Awesome ready to start it up… wrong! I receive an error. vami.netmask0
2. Select the IP Pools tab associated with the Data Center and click “Add”
5. Power on and test the the Virtual Appliance.
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