Multiple VDS’ on host for Overlay on compute hosts

¬†Multiple VDS' for Overlay on compute hosts ¬† This use case is also referenced in NSX-T Reference Design Guide which mentions that starting with NSX 3.1, a host can have virtual switches part of different overlay transport zones and the TEPs on each virtual switch can be on different VLAN/IP subnets (still, all the TEPs … Continue reading Multiple VDS’ on host for Overlay on compute hosts

Deploying Edge Node VM on N-VDS of Compute Transport Node

Deploying Edge Node VM on N-VDS of Compute Transport Node Deploying Edge Node VM on N-VDS of Compute Transport Node Segments which are overlay networks require N-VDS which is a virtual switch specific to NSX-T. Virtualized workloads VMs are connected to segments hosted on N-VDS of compute hosts. The compute guest VMs will be attached … Continue reading Deploying Edge Node VM on N-VDS of Compute Transport Node