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What is the packet flow when VM1 communicates to VM5?

An NSX Administrator is examining traffic on the network shown below.

What is the packet flow when VM1 communicates to VM5?

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A.
Host A will perform a destination lookup, route the packet, switch the packet onto segment 5002, then
encapsulate and send the packet to Host C.

B.
Host A will perform a destination lookup, switch the packet onto segment 5002, route the packet, then
encapsulate the packet and send it to the DLR control VM.

C.
Host A will encapsulate the packet, send the encapsulated packet to host C, Host C will perform a
destination lookup and switch the packet onto segment 5002.

D.
Host A will encapsulate the packet, perform a destination lookup, route the packet to the DLR control VM,
the control DLR will bridge the packet onto segment 5002.

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6 Comments on “What is the packet flow when VM1 communicates to VM5?

  1. Raffles says:

    Starter is correct, which rules out B too.

    That leaves A or C. C doesn’t seem to make sense. How can host A know to send the packet to host C before any destination lookup is done?

    The official cert guide book states that the logical router copy that is local to the source VM performs the routing, so I think it’s A.




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