Design considerations for vSphere and OTV in stretched clusters environments (Part 2)

Design considerations for vSphere and OTV in stretched clusters environments (Part 2)

This article is the second part of a series dealing with OTV and vSphere network design impacts. I will first cover the scenario where vSphere hosts are attached to the network at the access layer, to a pair of Nexus 5000. Then we will look at multi-nic vMotion impact on

Design considerations for vSphere and OTV in stretched clusters environments (Part 1)

In this series of posts, I’m going to focus on different scenarios involving Cisco OTV in a VMware vSphere environment, and try to demonstrate the potential impacts of design decisions for both technologies. These scenarios include common configurations at network physical and virtual access layer, often used in reference