With Hardware VTEP being implemented in, well, hardware, how things work depends on capabilities of the underlying chipset. This means that when we design solutions using these products, we need to keep these capabilities in mind and configure things accordingly.
In this short post I’ll cover a situation we’ve encountered at one of our customers where things “should” have worked but didn’t, and what was the reason for that.
1 Comment | tags: Arcane Knowledge, Brocade, Hardware VTEP, HW VTEP, NSX, VCS | posted in NSX, Virtual Networking
It is fairly common for VMs to talk to SMB / NFS shares hosted by physical storage arrays, or send their backups to physical appliances.
In this blog post, we’ll have a look at connectivity options for this use case.
3 Comments | tags: DC Fabrics, Hardware VTEP, NSX | posted in NSX, Virtual Networking