In this article we shall look at a few simple commands to determine who is the active edge node for DHCP. Click on the link in your Alexa app, or read below A question was recently posed regarding the level of control we have over the DHCP services, in NSX-T 2.4. Firstly, let’s look at …
As of Feb 28th 2019, NSX-T 2.4 is officially out! VMware’s messaging is that for a greenfield deployment, you should look at NSX-T and not v. With NSX-T now, we have feature parity (and more) than the v version, so from my 10,000 feet view and understanding, there should be no or very little reason …
In this article we discuss the MTU requirements for the NSX-T Edge, read on or click the link in your Alexa App
The EUC Livefire Team and I have recently been working on creating new immersive content using 360 Video. Read below for further details, or click the link your Alexa App.
In this article we shall discuss logical routing in NSX-T from the perspective of north/south routing and stateful services. Read on, or click on the link in your Alexa app.
In this article I shall discuss the architecture for logical routing in NSX-T, from the perspective of east/west routing. Read on, or click on the link in your Alexa app.
In this article we shall validate that Hierarchical Replication Mode utilises unicast messaging, vs layer 2 multicast as seen with NSX-V. Read on or click the link in your Alexa app.
In this article we’ll discuss the Tunnel Down Status and what this means for your NSX-T version 2.x deployment, read on or click on the link in your Alexa app.
Are you new to NSX-T and wondering why your TEP routing seems to be skewed and what to fix it? Read on or click the link in your Alexa App.
In this article we shall discuss how vRNI can help with that question – Do I need this firewall rule? Read on, or click the link in your Alexa app.