Transport Node Profiles are introduced to automatically configure vCenter Clusters for NSX-T. Additionally a Transport Node Profile maintains Transport Node Configuration at the Cluster level to ensure that when a vSphere Host is added or removed from the cluster it will be automatically be configured or unconfigured. Creating a Transport Node profile has a lot of similarities with the Host Migration from VSS/VDS to N-VDS workflow, which is documented in the Host Migration to N-VDS blog post.
- Configure A/A Tier-0 with Tier-1 and 3-tier app topology with Terraform
- Configuring A/A Tier-0 Gateway with two VRFs and Tier-1 Gateways with NSX-T Terraform Provider
- N-VDS to VDS Migration without Uninstall NSX
- Configuring an A/S Tier-0 with a Tier-1 and 3-tier app topology with NSX-T Terraform Provider
- Configuring NSX-T Segment and IP Pools using Terraform
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