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NSX-V to T Migration tips

NSX-V to T Migration tips

The last few months I participated in a couple of NSX-T migrations. Although we ran into different issues during the migrations, we were able to finish all of the migrations successfully. Today I want to share some of the lessons I learned during these migration. In Dutch we have a phrase “(Een open deur intrappen/Kicking down an open door)” which means something like “stating the obvious”. Some of the things I’m going to describe might seem like open doors but…

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NSX-T RestAPI – Adding Multiple Segments

NSX-T RestAPI – Adding Multiple Segments

Due to some issues with the migration coordinator and OSPF(maybe I make a post about that later), we decided to go for another migration strategy for another NSX-V to NSX-T migration. In short we are using the migration coordinator but we will manually cutover the edges so we have more control over the north to south routing. That means we are using the “In-Place Migration of Specific Parts of NSX-V; Migrating Distributed Firewall Configuration, Hosts, and Workloads: https://docs.vmware.com/en/VMware-NSX-T-Data-Center/3.2/migration/GUID-3BEAB1C6-3B6D-4253-A6A0-50774F5A5C3E.html One of…

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NSX-T Mysterious appearing QoS Policies

NSX-T Mysterious appearing QoS Policies

After a migration via the migration coordinator from NSX-V (6.4) to NSX-T(3.2) we ran into a couple of issues. The one i will talk about today is a random appearing QoS policy that does not seem to be active but is enabled on the VMs. I spoke a colleague who also had seen this issue after an upgrade from NSX-T so maybe it’s more widespread as it seems. Note; With a recent migration on version 3.2.0.1 we dit not see…

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