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From Shanker Balan <>
Subject Re: network for CS
Date Tue, 30 Jul 2013 09:37:07 GMT
On 30-Jul-2013, at 10:01 AM, Jerry Jiang <> wrote:

> Hi shankerbalan,
> It seems that I need to configure the network device somehow to meet the
> advanced network case.
> It becomes troublesome since network device modification is out of my
> control, so I can't add any new vlan

Ok. Having advanced network will give you virtual routing and load balancing features though.

> Can I deploy basic network but should it support 3 sub networks?

Yes, you can have multiple guest networks in a basic zone. One simple way would be to have
one POD dedicated per guest subnet.

>> In my production environment , there are three different sub-networks
>> planned to assign to guest OS.
>> Subnet1: - gw netmask
>> Subnet2: - gw netmask
>> Subnet3: - gw netmask

POD1 having guest range -
POD2 having guest range -
POD3 having guest range -



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