In an SDDC that is a member of an SDDC Group, you can open the Transit Connect page to view routes learned and advertised by the VMware Transit Connect instance created for the group.

In an SDDC group, all network traffic between group members travels over a VMware Transit Connect network. Routing between compute networks of all SDDCs in a group is managed automatically by VMware Transit Connect as subnets are added and deleted. The Transit Connect and SDDC Group pages provide information about routes over that network. For information about creating an SDDC group or adding an SDDC to one, see Creating and Managing SDDC Deployment Groups.


  1. Log in to VMware Cloud Services at
  2. Click Inventory > SDDCs, then pick an SDDC card and click VIEW DETAILS.
  3. Click OPEN NSX MANAGER and log in with the NSX Manager Admin User Account shown on the SDDC Settings page. See SDDC Network Administration with NSX Manager.
    You can also use the VMware Cloud Console Networking & Security tab for this workflow.
  4. Open the Transit Connect page, or just click the SDDC Group icon on the SDDC Overview page.
    The Transit Connect page displays lists of Learned Routes (routes learned by this SDDC from other SDDCs in the group), and Advertised Routes (routes advertised by this SDDC to other SDDCs in the group). Click the download icon to download either list in CSV format.
    Aggregated CIDRs are flagged as Aggregated in the Advertised Routes table. Segments that are filtered out (not advertised) have a Status of Filtered. See Aggregate and Filter Routes to Uplinks for more about route aggregation and filtering.