Create IP pools for the ESXI host tunnel endpoints (TEPs) and the Edge nodes. TEPs are the source and destination IP addresses used in the external IP header to identify the ESXi hosts that originate and end the NSX-T encapsulation of overlay frames. You can use DHCP or manually configured IP pools for TEP IP addresses.
- Log in to the NSX Manager.
- Select .
- Enter the following IP pool details.
Option Description Name and Description Enter the IP pool name and optional description.
IP Ranges Enter the IP allocation range.
10.197.79.158 - 10.197.79.160
Gateway Enter the gateway IP address.
CIDR Enter the network address in a CIDR notation.
- Click Add and Apply.
- Repeat steps 2 - 4 to create an IP pool for the Edge nodes.
- Verify that the TEP IP pools you created are listed in the IP Pool page.