Step10: Migrate VM(s) from vDS to N-VDS and How validate installation

Link for all Steps : 10 Steps to Deploy NSX-T

(Previous Step) Step 9 : Connect T1 Gateway to T0 Gateway & Configure Route Distribution on T0

 

1. We have the first VM (Server1) on LS-101:

As we see below, the ip address is 172.16.101.1

We can ping Gateway on Tier-1 (172.16.101.254)

We can also ping VM2 (Server2) : 172.16.102.1

So the Advertisement Routing on Tier-1 Gateway is OK !

2. We have a second VM (Server2) on LS-102:

As we see below, the ip address is 172.16.102.1

We can ping Gateway on Tier-1 (172.16.102.254)

We can also ping VM1 (Server1) : 172.16.101.1

So the Advertisement Routing on Tier-1 Gateway is OK !

 

Now from Server 1, we try to ping DNS Server on Management Network (External Network VLAN) 

Ping is OK -> So the Distribution Routing on Tier-0 Gateway is OK

And from Server 2, we try to ping th same DNS Server on Management Network (External Network VLAN) 

Ping is OK -> So the Distribution Routing on Tier-0 Gateway is OK

We can also try to ping from External Network VLAN (DNS server) to internal LS

Ping is OK -> Configuration Distribution Routing is OK

Let’s have a look on our BGP configuration, we are using VYOS router in our lab:

We can see our neighbors:

And also when we connect on EDGE node, we can see the configuration and also neighbors :

 

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