Backplane trafficBackplane traffic is intra-cluster traffic that is necessary for the cluster to function, and comprises traffic between CVMs, traffic between CVMs and hosts, storage traffic, and so on. (For nodes that have RDMA-enabled NICs, the CVMs use a separate RDMA LAN for Stargate-to-Stargate communications.)
Management trafficManagement traffic is administrative traffic, or traffic associated with Prism and SSH connections, remote logging, SNMP, and so on. The current implementation simplifies the definition of management traffic to be any traffic that is not on the backplane network, and therefore also includes communications between user VMs and CVMs.
Best answer by jamesbrown
The blackplane network uses the 192.168.5.x IP range.