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In the previous article we had a look at how VLAN-connected workloads were migrated to NSX-T overlay by setting up a bridge between VLANs and NSX-T overlay segments. This works well in scenarios where layer 2 adjacency between source and destination environment can be achieved. In other words, we can stretch the source VLAN(s) to…

Read more VPN Your Way To NSX-T Overlay

Organizations implementing NSX-T overlay have several options when it comes to migrating existing VLAN-connected workloads to NSX-T overlay segments. Common methods include re-IP’ing or re-deploying workloads to a new IP space allocated to NSX-T logical networking. It gives the workload somewhat of a fresh start. Besides, a re-IP process can be a very useful exercise…

Read more Bridge Your Way To NSX-T Overlay

Hi and welcome back. We’re looking into the NSX-T data path and investigating different points at which we can capture network traffic. You may remember from part one that virtual machine “app01” (172.16.2.50) is trying to ping another virtual machine called “web01” (172.16.1.53), but it’s receiving “request timeout”. We’re trying to find out where in the data…

Read more NSX-T Data Path Visibility – Part 3