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Identify a VM by IP address

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Problem

I have an IP address which apparently belongs to a VM in my cluster, how do I figure out which VM owns this IP address?

Solution

PowerCLI:

> Connect-VIServer myserver
> get-vm | where-object -filterscript { $_.guest.nics.ipaddress -contains "172.17.16.10" }
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