Achieving Deterministic Peering using NSX-T Named Teaming Policies

NSX-T supports two type of Teaming Policies – Default Teaming Policy and Named Teaming Policy. Default Teaming Policy is created by default and applies to both Overlay and VLAN logical Segments when we associate an uplink profile to an NSX-T transport node (hosts or edges). Named Teaming Policies are custom created and are available for…… Continue reading Achieving Deterministic Peering using NSX-T Named Teaming Policies

NSX-T Single NVDS Multi-TEP Edge VM Deployment & Configuration on vSphere DVS

NSX-T introduced a Single NVDS Multi-TEP design for the Edge nodes in version 2.4, but the recommendation was to use from version 2.5. Now that version 2.5 got it’s GA few days back, we will walk through the deployment and configuration of a Single NVDS Multi-TEP Edge VM cluster on Transport host vSphere DVS. The…… Continue reading NSX-T Single NVDS Multi-TEP Edge VM Deployment & Configuration on vSphere DVS

A vMoment of NSX Tips

I have been tweeting about NSX Tips for over an year and one of my friends who is actively preparing for his VCP-NV 2019 recommended me to post the tips as a blog for quick reference. Hence I thought to sort them together as a Twitter moment as well as an article to help the…… Continue reading A vMoment of NSX Tips

Implementing Multicast Routing between NSX Edges and DellEMC Networking

This is a continuation to my previous article on Implementing IPv4 Multicast Routing with DellEMC Networking. The previous article covered the multicast routing for VLAN Segments on vSphere DVS, in case you missed it you can find it here: https://vxplanet.com/2019/08/29/implementing-multicast-routing-between-vsphere-dvs-and-dellemc-networking/ In this article, we will extend multicast routing to NSX-V Edges, so that a multicast…… Continue reading Implementing Multicast Routing between NSX Edges and DellEMC Networking