Here I am going to walk you through the process of configuring Tier-0 ECMP in NSX-T. You should have a good understanding of NSX-T and it's architecture as well as understand ECMP prior to starting. Before I begin let's review real quick. ECMP is used to increase northbound/southbound communication bandwidth by adding multiple uplinks to … Continue reading Configuring T0 ECMP in NSX-T
In this article I'm going to talk about and demonstrate how to configure and manage DNS in a VMware NSX-T 3.0 environment. The information I am going to cover here can also be referenced in the NSX-T Data Center Administration Guide. It is available both online and can be downloaded to PDF. It is a … Continue reading How to Configure DNS in NSX-T
Long overdue blog article! Looking to upgrade to NSX-T 3.0? I got ya right here!
In my previous blog article I covered single-tier routing in NSX-T whereby a single T0 gateway was deployed and provided network connectivity for my virtual workloads. This T0 gateway provided both N-S and E-W traffic flows. In this article I am going to cover Two-Tier (multi-tier) routing; this topology creates a logical separation between provider … Continue reading NSX-T Two-Tier Routing
In this blog article I am going to cover how to configure NSX-T routing. In my previous NSX-T blog articles, up to this point, I have covered installing/configuring various components of NSX-T including the NSX-T Manager, host transport nodes, transport zones (Overlay and VLAN), edge nodes and so on. The only difference between those blogs … Continue reading NSX-T Single-Tier Routing
In Part 1 of my NSX-T 2.4 installation series, we covered the basis of the deployment for the NSX-T data center for vSphere. This included deploying the NSX Manager virtual appliance, deployed/configured the cluster nodes and lastly added a Compute Manager (vCenter Server). You might be asking, why not just deploy NSX-T 2.5 right? I … Continue reading Installing NSX-T 2.4 (Part 2)