Hardware VTEPs supported by NSX

I had a discussion with a client about this a little while ago and it took me some time to find the link, but here’s VMware’s current list of supported Hardware VXLAN Gateways.

I’ve also been told there are some Cisco devices supported that aren’t on the list:

With OS version 7.0(3)I4(2):
N9K-C9372PX(E)
N9K-C9372TX(E)
N9K-C93120TX
N9K-C9332PQ
N9K-C9396PX
N9K-C9396TX
N9K-C93128TX

The 9300-EX should join that list soon.  I have no idea if or when supported Cisco devices will be made public.

There is an HoL (HOL-1703-SDC-1) that has a module on configuring NSX to work with an Arista (note that its a simulation, not a “real” lab) if you want some almost-hands-on experience.

If you have some physical devices you want to participate on a VXLAN network (maybe L2 connectivity is required or you just can’t change IPs), hardware VTEPs are one possible solution.

 

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2 Responses to Hardware VTEPs supported by NSX

  1. Stephan says:

    Hi, did you have any idea/informatiin about the interoperability of NSX & Cisco ACI in conjunction with these Cisco VTEPs?

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