tanjilislam
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Multiple uplink for TEP?

Can I use multiple uplink with different IP address for single host?

Like VMNIC2 for TEP-X with 192.168.100.0/24 and VMNIC3 for TEP-Y with 172.200.100.0/24?

Also, is it possible to connect multiple vcenter with single NSX-T Manager? 

 

Thanks in advance.

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Sreec
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Like VMNIC2 for TEP-X with 192.168.100.0/24 and VMNIC3 for TEP-Y with 172.200.100.0/24?

No, what are we trying to achieve? 

Also, is it possible to connect multiple vcenter with a single NSX-T Manager?

Yes, it is possible to do that. 

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tanjilislam
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Hello @Sreec sir,

No, what are we trying to achieve? 

The customer has Cisco ACI; they want to connect the uplink to two different LEAF, maintaining two separate VLAN and subnet. Now they want to connect them with NSX TEP uplink. 

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Sreec
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For TEP traffic Single VLAN mapped to both the leaf switch is enough.

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ShahabKhan
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Hi,

For the uplink, you can have two different VLANs with two different subnets but not for TEPs on the same hosts.

The question with regards to adding multiple vCenters as Compute Managers, the answer is yes but it depends on the type of license you have. For more information on licensing & features please refer to this link https://kb.vmware.com/s/article/80866.

tanjilislam
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Understood, thank you sir

 

 

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