Use the NSX-vSphere Troubleshooting dashboard to run various actions that can be used to assist in troubleshooting connectivity problems.

Table 1. NSX-vSphere Troubleshooting Dashboard Widgets
Widget Description
NSX-vSphere Environments Displays a list of the NSX-vSphere environments that you are currently monitoring.
Objects Displays a list of the objects in your environment.
Data Collection Results Displays the results of the selected action.

Troubleshooting Summary

This section provides a summary of the troubleshooting actions for the respective objects.

For more information on the type of actions available, refer to Troubleshooting with the Management Pack for NSX for vSphere.

Table 2. Troubleshooting Actions
Object Troubleshooting Action Description of the Action
Host/Cluster Check host health status It checks the health status of a single host or all hosts in a cluster.
Virtual Machines Get distributed firewall statistics It shows the list of distributed firewall rules that are applied to the virtual machine.
Run traceflow It runs a traceflow action between two virtual machines to troubleshoot connectivity issues.
Logical Switch Check for synchronization issues It shows the hosts that are attached to the logical switch and are not using the latest configuration.
Run VXLAN tunnel endpoint connectivity test It runs a connectivity test between two hosts attached to the logical switch in order to determine if they are able to communicate through VXLAN.
Show runtime state for host It shows the MAC, ARP, and VTEP tables configured on the logical switch, along with the same tables for a particular host so that they can be compared.
Logical Router Show runtime state for host It shows the configured routing rules for the DLR along with the routing rules active on a host.
Edge Check routing configuration It shows the current routing table that is in use on the Edge.