The NSX Edge devices need to establish a connection to each of it's upstream BGP switches before BGP updates can be exchanged. Verify that the NSX Edges devices are successfully peering, and that BGP routing has been established.
About this task
You repeat this procedure two times for each of the NSX Edge devices: sfo01m01esg01 and sfo01m01esg02.
- Log in to the NSX Edge device using a Secure Shell (SSH) client.
- Open an SSH connection to the NSX Edge device sfo01m01esg01.
- Log in using the following credentials.
- Run the show ip bgp neighbors command to display information about the BGP connections to neighbors.
The BGP State will display
Established, UPif you have peered with the upstream switches.Note:
You have not yet created the universal distributed logical router (UDLR), so it will not display the
Established, UPstatus message.
- Run the show ip route command to verify that you are receiving routes using BGP, and that there are multiple routes to BGP learned networks.
You verify multiple routes to BGP learned networks by locating the same route using a different IP address. The IP addresses are listed after the word
viain the right-side column of the routing table output. In the image below there are two different routes to the following BGP networks: 0.0.0.0/0 and 172.27.22.0/24. You can identify BGP networks by the letter
Bin the left-side column. Lines beginning with
C(connected) have only a single route.
- Repeat this procedure for the NSX Edge device sfo01m01esg02.