Which two configuration steps must a VMware Cloud Foundation administrator apply to achieve north/south connectivity while setting up an edge VM node for a workload domain from the SDDC Manager user interface? (Choose two.)
According to Deployment Model for the NSX-T Edge Nodes for a Virtual Infrastructure Workload Domain1, an NSX-T Edge node is an appliance that provides centralized networking services such as load balancing, NAT, VPN, and physical network uplinks. To achieve north/south connectivity for a workload domain from the SDDC Manager user interface, you need to configure two types of uplinks:
vSphere VDS Uplinks: These are used to connect the NSX-T Edge node to the vSphere Distributed Switch (VDS) that provides network connectivity for all ESXi hosts in the workload domain cluster.
NSX VDS Uplinks: These are used to connect the NSX-T Edge node to the external networks via physical network interfaces on the ESXi host where it runs.