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Hyper V - VLANs

Hello

I am trying to get my 6 different VLANS to communicate with each other on the same Hyper V Host.

In fact my networking skills are very rusty and i am looking for some help and guidance.

The below is my setup:

i have a Managed Switch with VLANs with an uplink from the switch allowing VLAN ip of 172.16.x.x to the physical servers port.

there are 4 physical ports on the server.

All the Operating Systems are windows server 2012.

Physical Dell Server (Hyper V Host) - 172.16.x.x

2 x Domain Controllers residing on the Host - 10.2.0.x1 and 10.2.0.x

2 x DHCP Servers residing on the Host - 10.1.85.x1 and 10.1.85.x

i need to have 3 additional domain controllers for 3 remote locations and their subnets are as follows:

  1. 10.4.85.x

  2. 10.7.85.x

  3. 10.10.85.x

i am able to have communication between my 2 domain controllers

i am able to have communication between my 2 DHCP Servers

But my DHCP Server and domain controllers cannot reach each other.

Just to add on, i have added an external switch but i cannot get the 10.2.0.x subnet servers to communicate with my 10.1.85.x servers.

How do i achieve this?

need help and guidance please.

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Sounds like you'll need to add a routing table to your layer 3 switch to connect the different networks.

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