Category Archives: network

Can I use a custom TCP/IP stack for the vSAN Network?


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I got this question today if you can use a custom TCP/IP stack for the vSAN Network, and I had this before. This question is usually asked by customers who have a stretched cluster as the stretched cluster forces them to create different routes in an L3 network. Especially with a large number of hosts this […]

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New NSX KBs you need to know

Here is a list of currently trending KBs for NSX for vSphere Netcpa issues in VMware NSX for vSphere 6.x (2137005) Symptoms: Virtual machines running on the same ESXi host fails to communicate with each other Virtual machine fails to communicate with the NSX Edge Gateway (ESG) Routing does not appear to be functioning despite […]

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Book: Networking for VMware Administrators


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Fellow blogger Chris Wahl just announced the availability of an awesome book titled Networking for VMware Administrators he authored with Steve Pantol. The book is published via VMware Press and is a must read if you ask me. I am going to order it for sure as it is an area that I can definitely […]

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