A few days ago VMware released its flagship product NSX. In version 6.4.0 many new features and enhancements are introduced.
I am in a process of upgrading NSX 6.2.4 by a customer in three locations deployed using VVD Deployment Toolkit. The NSX Upgrade itself went really smoothly. However, after the upgrade, we noticed that SFTP backup stopped working with an enigmatic error.
Unable to connect to server FQDN at 22. Either server details are invalid or invalid credentials are presented.( Common algorithms not found. )
Last night in the evening I received an email from Corey Romero that I was nominated VMware vExpert** NSX 2017**.
Welcome in the next from the Homelab upgrade series. Today as a part of the update we will cover upgrade of NSX 6.2.4 to NSX 6.3.1. VMware NSX 6.3.0 was the first release which supports vSphere 6.5. I already covered upgrade of ESXi 6.0 to 6.5 using different method along with vCenter Server upgrade.
This is post is quite different than you usually find on my blog. It is going to be about How to disable LED’s in Asus AC3200 on Tomato.
Troubleshooting issues aren’t always fun and easy way to do. Especially in complex environments where multiple issues might occur at the same time. Having a way to easily find root cause is crucial. Today I will show you how to change logging level in NSX and its components.
I am working on daily basis with many Customers in CEMEA region. Pretty much all of them are large Enterprises where a focus on security is quite high. As the best practice, it is recommended to replace self-signed SSL Certificates with Certificate Authority Certificates.
Syslog server is a must in all environments. It doesn’t matter if you have 5 or 100 ESXi host or you use NSX or not. Today, we configure Syslog server for VMware NSX components. In my case it will be VMware vRealize Log Insight.
One of the components of modern and agile environments is Software Defined Network (SDN). Imagine that your Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) dies and you as Administrator of that environment have to recover it to state before crash.
I haven’t been writing much about NSX so far, but I am working on an Internet of Things (IoT) Project where NSX is one of the core products. In Today post Step by Step NSX Upgrade, I would like to show you how NSX upgrade should be done.