I was with a GSS Support today troubleshooting NSX issue on one of my engagement. He did a packet trace from ESXi hosts to see if there is traffic leaving/ entering the physical NIC which really nice. This will be helpful in establishing if the issue is somewhere in the environment or not. Here’s the command Receive: pktcap-uw –uplink vmnic0 –capture UplinkRcvKernel -o -| tcpdump-uw -nr – Send
Here’s a quick way on how to get NSX Load Balancer (ESG) Persistency Table: Execute: show service loadbalancer table Take note of the one with TYPE: ip (if using IPV4) Execute: show service loadbalancer table <table name with type IP> Why would you want to get it? Troubleshooting purpose.