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VMware NSX-T Distributed Firewall (DFW) offers L2 to L7 stateful firewall capabilities. Most NSX-T operators are fairly comfortable creating L4 policies in the quest to achieve the “zero-trust” model. In this blog I wanted to take this one step further and explore the capabilities of using the DFW to enforce policy matching L7 FQDN/URLs. IContinue reading “NSX-T Filtering Specific Domains (FQDN/URLs)”
In NSX-T 3.0 VMware introduce distributed IDS and now in NSX-T 3.1 this has been expanded to include distributed IPS. In this blog I will highlight the steps to enabled and configured distributed IDS/IPS and end with a demonstration. Overview Distributed Intrusion Detection and Prevention Service (IDS/IPS) monitors network traffic on the host for suspiciousContinue reading “NSX-T 3.1 – Deploying Distributed IDS/IPS”
As I build out various demonstrations in my lab I wanted to reduce the amount of static IP allocations on my demo work loads so that I can move them between network segments for different demonstrations and with this enabling a DHCP Server in my NSX-T deployment makes sense. So in this post I willContinue reading “NSX-T 3.1 – Configuring DHCP Server”