For customers that need to maintain the same IP addresses after they’ve migrated workloads to VMware Cloud on AWS, they can use the NSX Layer 2 VPN functionality.
NSX has offered a L2VPN capability for several years. A L2VPN enables customers to stretch networks between two different sites, over a public or private network (with no requirements on MTU).
VMware Cloud on AWS uses NSX to provide L2VPN features in your cloud SDDC.
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In VMware Cloud on AWS, we have two logical domains – one for “Management Resources” (where the ESXi hosts, vCenter, NSX Manager and NSX Controllers are deployed) and one for “Compute Resources”, where data VMs are deployed.
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In the July 2018 release of VMware Cloud on AWS was introduced Route-based VPN as part of the NSX-T roll-out. Route-Based VPN provides vast improvements from the traditional Policy-Based VPN.
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