fredzhang
VMware Employee
VMware Employee

How to check the VTEP Ip address for the NSX-Edge in the command line

Dear Experts,

How to check the VTEP Ip address for the NSX-Edge in the command line

 

 

thanks.

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Sreec
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you can use "get vteps" command 

https://vdc-download.vmware.com/vmwb-repository/dcr-public/cc42e3c1-eb34-4567-a916-147e79798957/8264...

 

 
Cheers,
Sree | VCIX-5X| VCAP-5X| VExpert 6x|Cisco Certified Specialist
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shank89
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You can also have a look at the different vrfs,  the one with the TEPs is vrf 0.

 

So once you log in as admin:

  • Type vrf 0
  • Get interfaces 

It'll show you a few interfaces ,  but you should be able to identify which ones are your teps. 

Shashank Mohan

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