Network information settings determine the transport zone, network profile to use when provisioning, and reservation policy.
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If your multi-machine service consists of an NSX logical router that includes routed and private networks, machines on the routed networks cannot access machines on the private networks and vice-versa within that multi-machine service. If you require connectivity between the machines on the routed and private network, add a second virtual network adapter (NIC) to the machines on the routed network and also connect the second adapter to the private network.
See NSX Administration Guide.
Verify that a fabric administrator created at least one external network profile. See Create an External Network Profile.
Verify that a vCenter Server administrator prepared transport zones and clusters.
- Click the Network tab.
- Select a transport zone from the Transport zone drop-down menu.
A vCenter Server administrator creates transport zones and adds clusters to them. A transport zone defines which clusters the multi-machine networks span.
- Choose a network profile.
- Select a reservation policy from the Reservation policy drop-down menu.
This option requires additional configuration by a fabric administrator to create a reservation policy.
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