NSX Bytes: Critical Update for NSX-v and vCNS

I generally don’t post around security releases but after going through the notes on CVE-2016-2079 I thought it was important enough to dedicate a post around. Mainly because it could impact those running NSX Edge Services Gateways or vShield Edges with the SSL-VPN service enabled for clients. Most vCloud Director based instances won’t have the […] Read More

Important – vCNS and NSX End of Availability and Support Notifications

For a while now we have known that vCloud Networking and Security’s days where numbered…with the release of NSX as a replacement+ product it had been communicated to current vCNS customers that an upgrade to NSX-v would be on the cards to ensure continued support and functionality. The date has now been set for the EOA […] Read More

NSX Edge vs vShield Edge: Part 3 – IPsec and L2 VPN

Overview: NSX and vShield Edges support site to site IPSec VPN between Edge instances and remote sites. Behind each remote VPN router, you can configure multiple subnets to connect to the internal network behind an Edge through IPSec tunnels. These subnets and the internal network behind the Edges must have address ranges that do not overlap. You […] Read More

NSX Host Preparation: Cluster Not Ready – Legacy vCNS VXLAN VIBs Installed

I came across a situation today while going through an NSX Setup and Configuration where I came across a Cluster under the Host Preparation Tab that was reporting a status of Not Ready – Resolve and listed some hosts as Ready and Not Ready…What made this strange was that this was a fresh deployment of NSX over […] Read More

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