NSX-T 3.0 Setup Step 2 – Add Compute Manager & NSX Manager Cluster

Before we get started you’re going to want to make sure you have your IP addresses ready for the 2 additional NSX Managers as well as a VIP & DNS Records setup. Log into your NSX Manager with the previously applied IP and credentials then accept the EULA. Click on System then Fabric then Compute

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NSX-T 3.0 Setup Step 1 – Deploy your Manager Appliance

Before we get started you’re going to want to make sure you have your IP address ready, DNS Records setup & the passwords you intend to use Note: There is a minimum password length of 12 characters for default passwordsFor sizing information, see Here Right Click on your cluster and select “Deploy OVF Template” then point

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Configuring NSX-T 3.x Edge Nodes to run on unsupported AMD CPUs

I recently came across an article by William Lam explaining how to get around the CPU limitations of NSX-T 3.0 Edge Nodes and allow you to run it on older hardware. You can find his article on the link below:https://www.virtuallyghetto.com/2020/05/configure-nsx-t-edge-to-run-on-amd-ryzen-cpu.html#more-168208 Obviously doing this is completely unsupported so you absolutely shouldn’t be doing this in your

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