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By leveraging VLAN tagging and trunks, you can connect a single NIC to several different networks at the same time In virtualization this becomes extremely useful as part of a consolidation effort If you are consolidating web servers, application servers, and database servers onto the same host that resides on separate networks, you can maintain those separate networks by implementing VLAN tagging VLAN tagging can be done at the parent or the child partition level
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Design Considerations
As you design your host system, you will want at least two network cards available The first network card should always be used for managing the parent partition, and the second network card should be used for virtual machine networking The number of network cards you will need will depend on what your candidate profiles look like (amount of bandwidth used), whether you need high availability for your hosts, and whether you are using iSCSI When you are ordering your hardware, you will be limited to the number of NICs you can have by the configuration of your server Let s take a look at a couple of different networking scenarios using multiple network cards
Scenario 1
In Scenario 1 we have four network cards in the server The first network card is used for managing the parent partition and the other three network cards will be used for virtual machines
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Scenario 2
In Scenario 2 we again have four network cards The first network card is used for managing the parent partition; the second network card will be used to present the server disk via iSCSI; and the third and fourth network cards will be used as virtual machine networks
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Scenario 3
For Scenario 3 we are going to use five network cards and the host server is going to be a part of a failover cluster With Scenario 3 we are adding an additional NIC for a heartbeat NIC for the cluster
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Keep in mind that each network card can be connected to different networks with multiple network switches on each network card, and each virtual network on a guest operating system can be configured to point to multiple network switches Each switch can be configured with a VLAN tag ID, or each guest network card can be configured with a VLAN tag ID VLANs cannot be nested, so keep in mind that if you configure a VLAN ID on the parent, you will not be able to configure a different VLAN ID in the child partition With the flexibility this gives you, make sure that you spend time planning which networks you will be connecting to Keep in mind that if you create a highavailability cluster, then each cluster node that you want to migrate a virtual machine to must have those networks configured and available for the virtual machine NOTE When planning your network infrastructure, if you are planning to use failover clustering, then add an additional network card to each server for the cluster heartbeat communications
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Hyper-V Maximum Supported Network Configurations
While virtual machines that are created with Hyper-V are extremely flexible, there are some maximum configurations that need to be adhered to The maximum configurations for virtual machine networking are as follows: Up to 12 virtual NICs per VM: Eight synthetic network adapters Four emulated network adapters
Each virtual NIC can have a static or dynamic MAC address Each virtual NIC can be assigned a unique VLAN channel There can be an unlimited number of virtual switches with an unlimited number of virtual machines per switch (this is really limited to the number of virtual machines that can be on a host at any one time, running or dormant)
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