Should you have multiple ESXi servers to run the commands simultaneously, try the free Double Cloud ICE I developed.
Alternatively, you can install v CLI on Windows or Linux from where you want to remotely manage ESXi servers.
The esxcli is a command tool that is available on VMware ESXi for managing ESXi.
Unlike the vim-cmd command, it focuses on underlying infrastructure and touches lower level of controls of the ESXi hypervisor itself.
Because they are organized in nice tree hierarchy, it’s actually quite easy to use most times.
If you don’t want to install the package by yourself, you can download the v MA virtual appliance which has everything pre-installed and pre-configured.
When you run the command this way, there is additional parameters for remote ESXi server address and credential.
We’ll dig deeper into each of them in the following sections. This includes a wide variety of commands to manipulate virtual networking components ~ # esxcli Usage: esxcli [options] [cmd options] Options: --formatter=FORMATTER Override the formatter to use for a given command.
Available formatter: xml, csv, keyvalue --debug Enable debug or internal use options --version Display version information for the script -?