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HOW TO CREATE CUSTOM-BUILT PORT PROFILES FOR VIRTUAL NETWORK ADAPTERS
One of the keys to keeping a virtualization infrastructure secure and running smoothly is to isolate network traffic based on its function. For example, many organizations reserve a virtual network adapter specifically for management traffic so that management traffic does not have to share the same virtual network adapter as general purpose user traffic. Of course there is more to separating out the different types of traffic than simply routing that traffic across separate virtual network segments. Each type of network traffic has its own security and bandwidth requirements. System Center Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) provides a framework that makes it possible to not only separate various types of traffic from one another, but also to apply constraints based on the traffic site. This is done through the use of logical switches and port profiles. READ MORE