Send us some screenshots to help out. I have deployed the 2 pNIC model without any problems. One thing to note that is not shown on that blog post is that the T0's uplink has to be connected to a VLAN backed LS on the N-VDS of the Edge VM and have a tag of 0. Did you do this?
Thanks for the quick response - I don't have access at the moment, but will grab some screenshots to post asap.
In terms of the T0 uplink connected to a vlan backed LS on the edge N-VDS with vlan 0, in terms of the config highlighted above, would that LS be on N-VDS1 or 2? I'm assuming 2, but the vmnic on the edge VM for N-VDS2 only has a segment on it with VL10 already tagged. Would we be better changing the vlan on that to 0-4094, or literally create another segment onto N-VDS2 with a tag of 0 on it.
Apologies for the daft question, but I've struggled to get my head around the edge part.
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For T0 uplink you need this:
1) ESXi host's N-VDS (let's call it NVDS1) in a VLAN TZ
2) LS on NVDS1 with VLAN tag that is needed for connectivity to physical switch
3) Edge VM's N-VDS (let's call it NVDS2) in a VLAN TZ (this is a different NVDS and different TZ than the one of the ESXi host)
4) Edge VM's vnic connected to LS created on step 2) (today this cannot be done directly through NSX Manager and has to be done directly on vCenter, as NSX Manager does not show the LS for connecting the Edge VMs vnics, it only shows PortGroups on vDS/vSS)
5) LS on NVDS2 with VLAN0
6) Uplink of T0 connected to LS created on step 5)
Hope this helps