Secure workloads running on Windows Server 2016 bare metal servers.
- Physical workloads (bare metal server) and virtual workloads
- Virtual workloads and physical workloads (bare metal server)
- Physical workloads (bare metal server) and physical workloads (bare metal server)
Apply DFW rules to secure ingress and egress traffic flowing through the L2 and L3 networks between workloads on a Windows Server 2016 bare metal server and virtual or physical workloads.
A couple of use cases where ingress and egress trafffic is filtered at the Windows bare metal server.
Traffic between Virtual and Physical Bare Metal Workloads
Traffic between Physical Bare Metal Workloads
Before you apply DFW rules to the Windows bare metal workloads, integrate NSX-T on the Windows Server using Ansible scripts. To install and integrate NSX-T on a Windows bare metal server, refer to the Secure Workloads on Windows Server 2016 Bare Metal Server topic in the NSX-T Data Center Installation Guide.