Creating a Virtual Network (vNET)
To separate resources, including switch ports, IP addresses, VLANs, and VXLANs, into separate management spaces, create a vNET and place the resources in the vNET. Then configure a separate vNET administrator to manage the network.
Informational Note: You cannot create another vNET inside of a vNET.
The switch has no performance impact when you send network traffic through a vNET. Netvisor ONE switches packets in the hardware with full line-rate bandwidth and the same latency even if the packets reside on a vNET or not. But, the vNET allows you to provide different Service Level Agreements (SLAs) to each vNET when multiple vNETs exist on a physical switch and no resource contention based on traffic loads.