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Hi Nacho. You can. please take a look at https://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/2018/04/vcenter-high-availability-deep-dive-part-1.html.
Also consider that if you have a problem with NSX VTEPS in the esxi that has a VCHA node, you may have some problems, but at the end it is the same problems you would have with any VM over vxlan. I think for management workloads I would go with VLAN but it always depends of the scenario
Agree that some issues can exist.
thinking on a stretched cluster solution or something like that not all organizations have the means to extend a VLAN. In that way VXLAN is a more cost effective solution.
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Hey Nacho ,
I believe we should be able to achieve this .
- Create a cluster having three hosts .
- Have 2 logical switches : one for management network ,Other one for heartbeat network
- Have interfaces configured on the DLR
- You can also have edge gateway ,transit switch, in-case you want to keep VCSA open to internet for patching .
- Before configuring check the connectivity of the logical switches between the hosts, vmk (vtep) test
- Also check if you are able to ping from one network to the other . Connectivity on DLR part is fine
- Each VC node on each host
VTEP test (Tried in lab)