You can edit the information for a standard switch port group using the vSphere Web Client as well as override networking policies at the port group level.

1

Browse to a host in the vSphere Web Client object navigator.

2

Click the Manage tab, and select Networking > Virtual switches.

3

Select a standard switch from the list.

4

In the infrastructure diagram of the standard switch, click the name of a port group.

The configuration settings for the port group appear at the bottom of the screen.

5

Click Edit.

6

In the Properties section, edit the Network Label for the port group.

7

Use the VLAN ID drop-down menu to edit the existing VLAN ID.

8

(Optional) In the Security section:

a

Select the check box next to the policy to override the current security policies.

b

From the drop-down menu, select Accept or Reject.

9

(Optional) In the Traffic Shaping section:

a

Select the check box next to Override to override the current traffic shaping policy.

b

In the drop-down menu, Enabled or Disabled traffic shaping policy. If you enable traffic shaping, enter values for each bandwidth type and bust size.

10

(Optional) In the Teaming and Failover section:

a

Select the check box next to the teaming and failover policies to override.

b

In the drop-down menus, select the policy setting.

You can also override the adapters used by the port group.

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Click OK.