Something less strictly networking but I started setting up some lab environment on my home PC. It’s good that you can run hypervisors as virtual machines in virtualized environment. I installed two ESX 5.5 hypervisors. ESX by default creates four Ethernet interfaces. First interface is bridged to my LAN, others were supposed to be used for internal connections but it happened that hypervisor itself cannot see them. For some unknown reason only first interface was visible.
It happened that only first network interface is defined as e1000, rest had no interface type definition, therefor VM detected those as some AMD PCI cards and couldn’t use them. Fix for this simple – find .vmx configuration file and add device type manually
ethernet1.present = "TRUE" ethernet1.virtualDev = "e1000" ethernet1.vnet = "VMnet3" ethernet1.connectionType = "custom" ethernet1.wakeOnPcktRcv = "FALSE" ethernet1.addressType = "generated"