We have a NSX-T design question.
We would like to have 2 Transport Zones (one for our VM ESXi cluster and one for our PKS ESXi cluster) and 2 T1 (also one for VMs and one for containers).
With this design, do we need to have 2 T0 routers, or could we have only one T0 router? Each T1 will manage it's own /16 subnet, but we would like to route everything to only 1 T0. To have only 1 T0 would also reduce traffic on the physical world between VMs and containers.
And if we can have 1 T0 router, do we need one EDGE cluster, or do we need 2 (or more) clusters?
Many thanks for your help on this.
This will work with single T0 DR itself , because T0 gets involved only if traffic need to traverse between two or more tenancy and if traffic need to leave DC i.e. N-S.
EDGE cluster depends on your design i.e. how many EDGE Transport Node do you want in a cluster for redundancy and load sharing
Here one EDGE cluster with two EDGE-TN will do.