The Resolve Configuration page contains information about the features and configurations that are not supported for migration, and the issues that must be fixed in the NSX-v environment before you can migrate.
After reviewing the blocking issues and warnings, you might need to change configurations in your NSX-v environment before you can migrate to NSX-T. If you change the NSX-v environment, you must restart the migration to pick up the new configuration. Review all migration feedback before you provide input to avoid duplication of work.
- From the Resolve Configuration page, review the reported issues in the Blocking category to identify blocking issues that require changes to your NSX-v environment.
Some examples of blocking issues are:
- Incorrect DRS configuration of Maintenance mode migration.
- vMotion vmknics not configured on host for Maintenance mode migration.
- Unsupported VXLAN UDP port.
- Review the warnings and issues reported in each category.
- Click Warnings and review the information there.
- Review the reported issues in all categories.
What to do next
- If you find blocking issues, fix them in the NSX-v environment before you can proceed with the migration. See Make Changes to the NSX Data Center for vSphere Environment.
- If you did not find any blocking issues or other configurations that require a change in the NSX-v environment, you can proceed with the migration. See Provide Inputs for Configuration Issues.