You can configure the default gateway for static routes and dynamic routing details.

You must have a working NSX Edge instance before you can configure routing on it. For information on setting up NSX Edge, see NSX Edge Operations.

1

Log in to the vSphere Web Client.

2

Click Networking & Security and then click NSX Edges.

3

Double-click an NSX Edge.

4

Click Routing and then click Global Configuration.

5

To specify the default gateway, click Edit next to Default Gateway.

a

Select an interface from which the next hop towards the destination network can be reached.

b

Type the gateway IP if required.

c

Edit the MTU if required and type a description.

d

Click Save.

6

To configure dynamic routing, click Edit next to Dynamic Routing Configuration.

a

Router ID is a unique identifier to identify the peer that is sending routes. Select an external interface whose IP you want to use as the Router ID or select Custom ID and type an IP address.

b

Do not enable any protocols here.

c

Select Enable Logging to save logging information and select the log level.

7

Click Publish Changes.