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It has been a while since I published the first part of this entry and well, it’s time to continue.

The more I learn about it, the harder it is to compress everything into a single blog post. On this occasion I will cover the implementation of VXLAN on a VMware vSphere environment and some of the following topics will be covered in subsequent posts:

A. VXLAN and the multicast requirement: three different levels of (in) dependence from Multicast

B. vCNs Edge as an efficient and cost-effective VXLAN gateway

C. A day in the life of a VXLAN frame