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Create New V-LAN Interface in Hyper-V

Dears,

We have four Hyper-Visor servers using for VDI system, currently we have configured Hyper-V V-LAN lets say in range 10.10.X.100 and from the network team they disabled internet in this range to all users which are using VDI system.

The new plan is we should create in the same four Hyper-V's new V-LAN for new range lets say 192.168.X.100 because we have some users should have internet in the same building, because if they use old range which is 10.10.X.100 the internet is not working.

Kindly I need steps hot two add new V-LAN interface in the same Hyper-V I mean second V-LAN?

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Hi,

The new plan is we should create in the same four Hyper-V's new V-LAN for new range lets say 192.168.X.100 because we have some users should have internet in the same building, because if they use old range which is 10.10.X.100 the internet is not working.

Based on my understanding, you want to enable several VDI connections(VMs) to have Internet access. If my understanding is correct, then the VMs need to access the Internet.

  1. If you deploy a 192.168.x.0/y subnet in the network, and deploy a DHCP server in this subnet to assign IP addresses, then the Hyper V hosts need to configure a second NIC and receive IP addresses in the 192.168.x.0/y, the VMs need internet access can connect to Hyper V virtual Switch, so that the VMs can also get the IP addresses from physical network via the DHCP server.

  2. Ensure 192.168.X.100/y subnet can be route to external public network;

  3. If you don't want to make all VMs to get an IP address from 192.168.x.0/y, then you may set up an RRAS between subnet 10.10.x.0/y and 192.168.x.0/y to route the traffic between the two subnets.

Best Regards,

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