Configuring Logical Routers

VMware NSX 6.0    |    Intermediate
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VMware NSX networks are comprised of virtual switches, bridges, routers, and VXLANs. Here you will learn how to perform router configuration using a number of various routing protocols.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • describe and differentiate router interfaces
    describe controller and logical switch requirements for logical router deployment
    add a logical router
    configure a management interface
    configure High Available for a logical router
  • configure edge routing
    configure routing protocols including static routes, OSPF, BGP and IS-IS
    configure default gateway
    determine if cross-protocol route sharing is needed for a given NSX implementation
    create switches and configure VXLANs in a VMware NSX virtual network

IN THIS COURSE

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    1. 
    Logical Router Interfaces
    4m 33s
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    2. 
    Controller & Switch Requirements for Logical Router
    3m 32s
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    3. 
    Adding a Logical Router
    5m 56s
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    4. 
    Configuring a Management Interface
    4m 49s
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    5. 
    Configure High Available for a Logical Router
    3m 9s
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    6. 
    Configuring Edge Routing
    11m 22s
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    7. 
    Configuring Routing Protocols
    10m 38s
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    8. 
    Configuring Default Gateway
    2m 45s
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    9. 
    Cross-protocol Route Sharing Requirements
    1m 35s
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    10. 
    Exercise: Configuring an NSX Virtual Network
    6m 22s

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