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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 […]

Can I use a custom TCP/IP stack for the vSAN Network?” originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com. Follow me on twitter – @DuncanYB.

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