vSphere 6.5 iSCSI port binding

I was goofing around with my home lab and ran into an interesting tidbit regarding iSCSI port binding in 6.5.

The documentation from VMware says:

  1. Browse to the host in the vSphere Web Client navigator.
  2. Click the Configure tab.
  3. Under Networking, click Virtual switches, and select the vSphere switch that you want to modify from the list.
  4. On the vSwitch diagram, select the VMkernel adapter and click the Edit Settings icon.
  5. On the Edit Settings wizard, click Teaming and Failover and select Override under Failover Order.

but when I try that, there is no Teaming and Failover option.

This really had me pulling my hair out, until (for kicks) I tried the new HTML5 client.

Found it!  So now there are features removed from the Flash client and only available in the HTML5 client?  Better keep them both open!


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