You can add, manage or delete a cell site group.

To add a regional site, follow the steps:

Prerequisites

Obtain the network information required for configuration.

Procedure

  1. Click Domains under Infrastructure Automation.
  2. Click the Cell Site Group icon.
  3. Click Add.
    The Add Site page appears.
  4. On the Add Site page, provide the required information.
  5. Click the button corresponsing to Enabled, to enable the provisioning of the site. If the site is not enabled, no operation can be performed on the site.
    Field Description
    Name The name of the site.
    Parent Site Select the parent site from the list. The parent site manages all the sites within the cell site group.
    Settings You can modify the service settings and the proxy settings for each site. These configurations override the global configuration available in Global Configuration tab on Configuration page. For more details on service and proxy parameters, see Configure Global Settings.
  6. Add the Switch Configuration information. Click plus icon to add more switches and uplinks.
    Field Description
    Switch The name of the switch.
    Uplinks

    Select the network interface card (NIC) for the site under Uplinks.

    Note: A site requires minimum two NICs to communicate. NIC details should match the actual configuration across all ESXi servers.
  7. Add the Networks information.
    Note: System defines the Management network for a cell site group. User can create custom VLAN based application networks. All cell sites in a cell site group connect with same management network.
    Field Description
    Name The name of the network.
    Segment Type Segment type of the network. Select the value from the list.
    Network Type The type of the network.
    Switch The switch details which the sites use for network access.
    VLAN The VLAN ID for the network.
    MTU The MTU length (in bytes) for the network.
    Prefix Length The Prefix length for each packet for the network.
    Gateway Address The gateway address for the network.