A couple of days ago I would like to set up a nested vSphere Cluster in my Homelab for testing purposes with NSX to try out some funky API-Stuff, that I wouldn't do with my "productive" NSX Environment. So I came around some "special" settings for my DVS & Portgroupt to have VMs reachable within my Nested Lab. So in this Blog Post, I will show you which settings did the trick for me.
The Unified Access Gateway which is mainly used for the end-user products and services from the VMware portfolio should be highly available in on-prem installations if possible. VMware UAG appliances work with any standard third-party load balancer configured for HTTPS. So I tried it out in my lab and I will show you in this blog post how I implemented it.
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