After the SDDC deployment, the universal NSX components for dynamic routing are placed in Region A. If a site failure occurs in Region A, the SDDC management applications might lose connectivity if you fail them over to Region B. Deploy and configure a control VM for the universal distributed logical router sfo01m01udlr01 in Region B to provide dynamic routing to the SDDC management applications.

Procedure

  1. In a Web browser, log in to vCenter Server by using the vSphere Client.
    Settings Value
    URL https://lax01m01vc01.lax01.rainpole.local/ui
    User name administrator@vsphere.local
    Password vsphere_admin_password
  2. In the Networking and security inventory, click NSX Edges.
  3. From the NSX Manager drop-down menu, select 172.17.11.65 .
  4. Redeploy the control VMs of the universal distributed logical router.
    1. Click sfo01m01udlr01.
    2. Click the Configure tab and, in the left pane, click Appliance settings.
    3. In the Edge appliance VMs section, click the Add icon in the edge appliance card.
    4. In the Add Edge appliance VM dialog box, configure the settings and click Add.
      Setting Value
      Data center lax01-m01dc
      Cluster/Resource Pool lax01-m01-mgmt01
      Datastore lax01-m01-vsan01
    5. Repeat this step to deploy a second NSX Edge appliance with the same configuration.
  5. Configure high availability for the control VMs of the universal distributed logical router.
    1. On the Configure tab for sfo01m01udlr01, in the left pane, click High availability.
    2. In the to Management/HA interface section, click Edit, set Connected to to lax01-m01-vds01-management and click Save.
    3. In the High availability configuration section, click Edit, configure the settings and click Save.
      Setting Value
      HA Status Enable
      Declare Dead Time 15
      Logging Enable
      Log Level Info
  6. Configure the credentials for running commands on the control VMs of the universal logical router.
    1. From the Actions menu at the top of the sfo01m01udlr01 page, select Change CLI credentials.
    2. In the Change CLI credentials dialog box, configure the settings and click OK.
      Setting Value
      User Name admin
      Password udlr_admin_password
      Confirm Password udlr_admin_password