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Hyper-V Network Virtualization Cookbook by Ryan Boud

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Creating the Virtual Machine Networks for Tenants

Each Tenant requires its own VM Network, and optionally a subnet (or several) within. Once the VM Networks for the Tenants have been created, it will be possible to create VMs and deploy them into each VM Network.

A VM Network is the software defined network. Each VM network is completely isolated and you can have up to 16,777,216 VM Networks.

In this recipe, we will create two VM Networks:

  • Tenant A using an IP subnet 10.0.0.0/24
  • Tenant B using an IP subnet 10.0.0.0/24

Getting ready

Decide what VM Network names the Tenants will have and the IP subnets they will have.

How to do it…

The following diagram shows you the high-level steps involved in this recipe:

This will result in two VM Networks, each with ...

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