NSX Cloud creates a network topology for your public cloud VPC or VNet by generating logical networking entities in NSX.
Use this list as a reference for what is auto-generated and how you should use NSX features as they apply to the public cloud.
NSX Manager Configurations
See Auto-created NSX Logical Entities in the NSX Installation Guide for details on the logical entities created after a PCG is successfully deployed.
Important: Do not edit or delete any of these auto-created entities.
Note: If you are not able to access some features on Windows workload VMs ensure that the Windows firewall settings are correctly configured.
|NSX Feature||Details||NSX Cloud Note|
|Segments or Logical Switches||See Segments.||
A segment is created for every public cloud subnet to which a managed VM is attached. This is a hybrid segment.
|Gateways or Logical Routers||See Tier-0 Gateways and Tier-1 Gateway.||When PCG is deployed on a Transit VPC or VNet, a tier-0 logical router is auto-created by NSX Cloud. A tier-1 router is created for each Compute VPC/VNet when it's linked to a Transit VPC/VNet|
|IPFIX||See Configure IPFIX in Manager Mode.||
|Port Mirroring||See Monitor Port Mirroring Sessions in Manager Mode.||Port Mirroring is supported only in AWS in the current release.
|Distributed Firewall (DFW)||See Distributed Firewall.||
|Gateway Firewall (GFW)||See Gateway Firewall.||Supported on tier-0 gateways.|