Video tutorial: Adding High Availability to my NSX-T Routing Topology
In my previous video and blogpost, I explained how I set up a fully nested vSphere 7 homelab with NSX-T. In this video tutorial, I’m adding a second VyOS appliance and a second NSX-T Edge Node to my homelab. The video covers setting up the proper Edge Uplink profiles, configuring the Edge Nodes, and finally setting up an Active/Active T0 router with BGP and ECMP. The video also briefly covers the configuration of the VyOS appliances.
Topics covered in the video
- NSX-T Routing Topology
- Edge Uplink Profiles
- Edge Nodes
- Active/Active Tier0 routing with ECMP
- Tier1 distributed routing
- Redundant VyOS configuration with VRRP
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how the vm on the segement can access to internet
i have the same config but my vm can only ping local adress not public