Before VxRail version 7.0.350, the VxRail-supplied vCenter and VxRail Manager were placed on the same VxRail external management network with the ESXi hosts. They shared a VLAN and subnet. Starting with VxRail version 7.0.350 these virtual appliances can instead be assigned an IP address on a separate subnet. The subnet can be assigned a separate VLAN.
If you plan to deploy the virtual management components into a subnet separate from the ESXi hosts, capture the network properties.
Network configuration table row 10
Enter the vCenter Server Network subnet mask.
Network configuration table row 11
Enter the vCenter Server Network gateway.