Creating a Virtual Network (vNET)
To separate resources, including switch ports, IP addresses, VLANs, and VXLAN, into separate management spaces, create a vNET and place the resources in the vNET.
Configure a separate vNET admin to manage the network.
Note: You cannot create another vNET inside of a vNET.
Netvisor ONE uses Virtual Networks (vNETs), an abstract network resource realized across a fabric of Pluribus Networks switches. Using vNETs, you can segregate a physical fabric into many logical networks, each with separate resources, network services, and Quality of Service (QoS) guarantees. A vNET allows you to completely separate all traffic in one vNET from the traffic of other vNETs.