Thanks for responding to my initial query. I had seen this link but it wasnt detailed enough to answer my question.
Cisco UCS C-Series tested reference configurations ship with two or six 1Gbps Ethernet ports (two on the motherboard for C210 or C200 plus on C210 additional four on a PCIe NIC). The recommended best practice configuration when using this tested reference configuration is:
One or two pairs of teamed NICs for UC VM traffic. One pair is usually sufficient on C200 due to the low load per VM.
One pair of NICs (teamed or dedicated) for VMware-specific traffic (e.g. management, vMotion, VMware High Availability, etc.)
Based on the above would it be correct to have all 3 UC applications (UCM, Unity Connection, UCCX) configured in the same vlan and use 2 pairs of teamed NICs?
The remaining pair of NICs can be used for VMWare.
From ESXi / UCS perspective, having these three UC apps in same VLAN / host is not an issue. However, I am not aware of any application ( CUCM , CUC or UCCX ) specific requirements that demands them to be on seperate VLANs.
>>> The remaining pair of NICs can be used for VMWare.
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