NSX-V to NSX-T Migration using Layer 2 Bridging

NSX-V to NSX-T Migration using Layer 2 Bridging This blog will explore how we can migrate workloads which are on hosts prepared for NSX-V to hosts prepared for NSX-T using NSX-T Layer 2 Bridging. Cluster Setup In the lab setup, four hosts ESXi 1 up to 4 are prepared for NSX-T and the remaining four … Continue reading NSX-V to NSX-T Migration using Layer 2 Bridging

Usage of VXLAN and VXLAN traffic flow

Traditionally, VLANs / Virtual LANs have been used to segment broadcast domains. Such segmentation has been beneficial due to numerous benefits: Smaller broadcast domains means fewer hosts that will process broadcasts from other hosts. This also saves CPU and memory of all involved devices in a broadcast domain. These VLANs are nowadys being replaced by … Continue reading Usage of VXLAN and VXLAN traffic flow

Usage of VXLAN and VXLAN traffic flow

Traditionally, VLANs / Virtual LANs have been used to segment broadcast domains. Such segmentation has been beneficial due to numerous benefits: a. Smaller broadcast domains means fewer hosts that will process broadcasts from other hosts. b. This also saves CPU and memory of all involved devices in a broadcast domain. These VLANs are nowadys being … Continue reading Usage of VXLAN and VXLAN traffic flow