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  1. Gabi
    Gabi at |

    Thanks Chris, another great post. Nice and clear.

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  2. Hari
    Hari at |

    Chris please continue the series. Restart the series with Logical Switches.

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  6. Zsolt Pamuki
    Zsolt Pamuki at |

    Neat clear article again. Thanks.

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  7. Alessandro
    Alessandro at |

    very precise and explained very well:-)

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  8. Mike Medrano
    Mike Medrano at |

    Thanks for sharing these infos!

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  9. Rahim
    Rahim at |

    Great article..

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  10. Yuri Mendoza
    Yuri Mendoza at |

    Hi Chris, great post about this configuration related to VXLAN. thanks

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  11. Geoff Neish
    Geoff Neish at |

    Does anbody know if there are many hardware vendors that suport the VTEP features.

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    1. Zsolt Pamuki
      Zsolt Pamuki at |

      Cisco, Arista, Brocade are supporting VTEP.

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  12. Peter Mensah
    Peter Mensah at |

    Well written….clear and concise

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  13. Ravi Venkatasubbaiah
    Ravi Venkatasubbaiah at |

    Good article on VXLAN configuration.

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  14. vervoortjurgen
    vervoortjurgen at |

    great article.

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  15. Andres Rojas
    Andres Rojas at |

    great post!
    thx for the summary

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  16. Alessandro
    Alessandro at |

    Great !

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  17. ScoZell
    ScoZell at |

    NIce detail!

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  18. Mohammed Sadiq
    Mohammed Sadiq at |

    Well Written ,

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  19. Kevin Parker
    Kevin Parker at |

    Nice explanation of transport zones. On to Creating NSX API Calls with PowerShell!

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  20. andynashers
    andynashers at |

    Another great step by step

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  21. Rajesh Gundeti
    Rajesh Gundeti at |

    Nice..

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  22. sridharlreddy
    sridharlreddy at |

    Is there any restrictions for assigning the VTEP IPs? Like different clusters should have IPs in different subnet

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  23. Admin
    Admin at |

    I have the NSX days scheduled for next week.. your articles are very welcome this week !

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  24. Deva
    Deva at |

    can you please tell me, How to change valn ID after configuring VXLAN

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