I'm not a network technician and my question is about VXLAN network for Cloud. I have two different physical switch connected by a router with same VXLAN configured on different VLAN carrier on distributed virtual switch.
Is it possible that a vm1 attached to a distributed virtual switch connected on a physical switch can ping vm2 on another physical switch on the same VXLAN but in different VLAN? I would mean is L2 stretched and vm1 and vm2 seems to be on the same L2 network? For example vm1 is in vlan 234 and vm2 is in vlan 455 but in the same VXLAN; is it like they are in the same network withouth routing and firewall between them?
Other question: virtual machines on different VXLAN can ping together? Or they are isolated. I would mean vm1 on VXLAN 23000 can make a telnet \ RDP \ http on vm2 on VXLAN 45000? (with obviously firewall ports open between the two VXLAN).
Thanks a lot for helping.
If I understand well, you want to know inf VM1 can ping VM2 on same VXLAN but in different Carrier it is possible.
second VM1 to lets say ping VM2 assuming that by VXLAN 23000, 45000 yo mean virtual wire 23000 and virtual wire 45000, it is possible but you need a edge (vcns a.k.a vshield edge) device connected to them.