Palo Alto service insertion for Cross Vcenter NSX-V

Palo Alto service insertion for Cross Vcenter NSX-V  References: Multi-site with Cross-VC NSX and Palo Alto Networks Security https://blogs.vmware.com/networkvirtualization/2016/09/multi-site-cross-vc-nsx-palo-alto-networks-security.html/ Cross Vcenter NSX design guide https://blogs.vmware.com/networkvirtualization/2016/07/nsx-v-multi-site-options-cross-vc-nsx-design-guide.html/ Palo Alto service insertion in a single vcenter hosted in single DC   A brief about the Software Defined Data Center topology above: - A single vcenter.- A single NSX manager- … Continue reading Palo Alto service insertion for Cross Vcenter NSX-V

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Cross Vcenter NSX using Local Egress (Active-Active)

Cross Vcenter NSX using Local Egress The above topology has been used for the purpose of this lab. In this blog post, we are going to cover Active Active Cross Vcenter NSX.BGP is used as a routing protocol in this setup above.And appropriate BGP peerings have been illustrated in topology above.We are using eBGP between … Continue reading Cross Vcenter NSX using Local Egress (Active-Active)

Cross Vcenter NSX with OSPF

References: Cross Vcenter NSX Design Guide https://www.vmware.com/content/dam/digitalmarketing/vmware/en/pdf/products/nsx/vmware-multi-site-solutions-cross-vcenter-nsx-design-guide.pdf Intra area routes versus inter area routes https://blog.ipspace.net/2008/01/e1-and-e2-routes-in-ospf.html In one of the earlier posts, we have covered running OSPF in NSX domain. Here we try to cover running OSPF in a Cross Vcenter NSX setup. In the above topology: 1. There are two NSX managers. Primary NSX manager … Continue reading Cross Vcenter NSX with OSPF