1. Room for improvement:
The first paragraph in the slide notes state:
You can establish a traffic-shaping policy at either the virtual switch level or the port group level.
The statement above is incomplete: the traffic-shaping policy can also be set at the single VMkernel port level. This is confirmed by what just explained on a previous slide notes page (number 05-19 "Network Policies" on page 201) in the students' manual, when providing the overview description of the network policies:
These policies are defined for the entire standard switch and can also be defined for a VMkernel port or a virtual machine port group.
2. Room for improvement:
A similar consideration goes together with the above when reading the last sentence in the first paragraph in the slide notes:
Settings at the port group level override settings at the virtual switch level.
The same override also applies when setting the traffic-shaping policy at the VMkernel port level.
There is a small typo in the last phrase of the third item, Burst Size, in the bulleted list describing the three traffic-shaping parameters:
This parameter tops the number of kilobytes that have accumulated in the burst bonus and thus transfers at a higher speed.
This phrase should be corrected as follows:
This parameter tops the number of kilobytes that have accumulated in the burst bonus and thus transfered at a higher speed.