VRFsThis section covers the following topics: RoutingThis section covers the following topics: BGPThis section covers the following topics: DSR and Default Gateway This section covers the following topics: Configuring Networks for SEs and Virtual IPsThis section describes the IP address allocation and the steps to configure IP address pools. Enabling VLAN trunking on NSX Advanced Load Balancer Service EngineThis section discusses configuration changes required to enable VLAN trunking on NSX Advanced Load Balancer SEs running on ESX in no-access mode. Sizing Service EnginesNSX Advanced Load Balancer publishes minimum and recommended resource requirements for NSX Advanced Load Balancer SEs. This section provides details on sizing. You can consult your NSX Advanced Load Balancer sales engineer for recommendations that are tailored to the exact requirements. Per-App SE ModeThis section describes about per-app Service Engine (SE) mode. Connecting SEs to Controllers When Their Networks Are IsolatedThis topic explains how SE-Controller communication can be established from Service Engines instantiated on a network isolated from the network of the Controller nodes. SE Memory ConsumptionThis topic discusses calculation of memory utilization within a Service Engine (SE) to estimate the number of concurrent connections or the amount of memory that can be allocated to features such as HTTP caching. X-Forwarded-For Header InsertionBy default, NSX Advanced Load Balancer Service Engines (SEs) source-NAT (SNAT) traffic is destined to servers. Due to SNAT, logs on the application servers will show the layer 4 IP address of the SE rather than the original client’s IP address. Most application servers can leverage the XFF header as the source IP address for logging or blocklisting. Resetting PCAP TX Ring for Non-DPDK DeploymentThis section discusses the steps to enable and disable the PCAP tx_ring using NSX Advanced Load Balancer shell prompt. Preserve Client IPThis section discusses the configuration and scope of preserve client IP address.