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      • 15. Re: Promiscuous mode on an NSX-T Segment
        hschoenf Lurker

        Hi,

        thanks for your quick reply! I'm not quite sure if Promiscuous mode is even an issue for us...

        We too have two Aruba Mobility Master VMs with non-working VRRP as soon as they are migrated onto a N-VDS. Tried every option NSX-T has to offer.

        • 16. Re: Promiscuous mode on an NSX-T Segment
          serbl Enthusiast
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          Yes, I think it's an issue for you. It's bad design by Aruba to require promiscuous mode, but that's not something you can change :-)

           

          So you need to stick to VDS-based port groups for those VMs. With NSX-T <3.0 this means dedicated pNICS. From NSX-T 3.0 you can at least leverage VDS 7.0 and have everything on the same pNICS without having to collapse the vmkernel adapters into NSX-T (N-VDS).

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