Posted in Virtual Machine Manager, Windows Powershell | No Comment | 7,721 views | 20/06/2009 08:42
I will list all virtual machines and their ip address, then I will export this informations to Argus, so I can see all virtual machines status with Argus or similar network traffic controller. You can’t get ip address with this method because it’s not possible, at least now. I used MSSQL server to get CIDRs of virtual machines.
You can copy Argus.txt codes and past it to your Argus config file, \var\argus\config.php.