Any traffic that hits the policy with which you have binded the NAT will get natted. So traffic hitting the VIP for that policy will get natted before it is forwarded to the rservers.
ACE will do nat if source IP is different network or subnet or vlan. In some cases customer may want to hide the source IP of client so in those cases you can use NAT. It doesn't matter if client is in same subnet or not.
In single ARM mode you have to apply NAT to ensure that traffic is sent by ACE to rserver and when rserver has to send traffic back , it comes to ACE since ACE will answer ARP for it. In single ARM mode, if you don't do NAT and you throw traffic at VIP, ACE will forward it to rserver but then rserver will reply directly to the client which will break the connection.
The unmanaged mode is also known as Network only switching, which is introduced in Brazos release. It adds the flexibility for customer to use only network automation for service appliance.
If a device is configured a...
Usually, we can access ESXi Shell by pressing Alt+F1 from ESXi DCUI (Direct Console User Interface).
But on HyperFlex system, it just shows black window.
This is expected behavior because HyperFlex redirects ESXi Shell output to SoL...
Configuring an Export Policy Using the GUI
This procedure explains how to configure an Export policy using the APIC GUI. Follow these steps to trigger a backup of your data:
On the menu bar, choose Admi...