Use the viocli enable-tvd command to add NSX-T networking support to a VMware Integrated OpenStack 5.0 deployment that was previously deployed with NSX-V networking.

The viocli enable-tvd command uses the following syntax.

viocli enable-tvd [-d NAME] --nsx-mgr MANAGER-IP --nsx-user USERNAME --nsx-passwd PASSWORD [--nsx-insecure {true | false}] [--nsx-ca-file CA-FILE] [--nsx-overlay-tz OVERLAY-TZ] [--nsx-vlan-tz VLAN-TZ] [--nsx-tier0-rt TIER0-ROUTER] [--nsx-dhcp-profile DHCP-PROFILE] [--nsx-md-proxy MD-PROXY] [--verbose]

Parameter

Mandatory or Optional

Description

-d NAME or --deployment NAME

Optional

Name of the deployment to use.

If you do not enter a value, the default deployment is used.

--nsx-mgr MANAGER-IP

Mandatory

IP address of the NSX-T manager.

--nsx-user USERNAME

Mandatory

User name of the NSX-T manager administrator.

--nsx-passwd PASSWORD

Mandatory

Password for the NSX-T manager administrator.

--nsx-insecure {true | false}

Optional

Specifies whether to verify the certificate of the NSX Manager server.

If you do not include this option, true is used by default.

--nsx-ca-file -CA-FILE

Optional

CA bundle files to use in verifying the certificate of the NSX Manager server.

This option is ignored if you include the --nsx-insecure true option.

--nsx-overlay-tz OVERLAY-TZ

Optional

Name or UUID of the default NSX overlay transport zone used for creating tunneled isolated Neutron networks.

You must create the zone in NSX before starting Neutron with the NSX plugin.

--nsx-vlan-tz VLAN-TZ

Optional

Name or UUID of the default NSX VLAN transport zone used for bridging between Neutron networks if no physical network has been specified.

--nsx-tier0-rt TIER0-ROUTER

Optional

Name or UUID of the default tier-0 router used to connect to tier-1 logical routers and configure external networks.

--nsx-dhcp-profile DHCP-PROFILE

Optional

Name or UUID of the NSX DHCP profile used to enable native DHCP service.

You must create the profile in NSX before starting Neutron with the NSX plugin.

--nsx-md-proxy MD-PROXY

Optional

Name or UUID of the NSX metadata proxy used to enable native metadata service.

You must create the proxy in NSX before starting Neutron with the NSX plugin.

--verbose

Optional

Displays output in verbose mode.

You can also run viocli enable-tvd -h or viocli enable-tvd --help to display the parameters for the command.