Understanding Private VLANs in Hyper-V and VMM, including the PowerShell cmdlets
Private VLANs (PVLANs) divide a typical VLAN into sub-VLANs while maintaining the IP subnet and Layer 3 configuration. Each sub-VLAN can become its own isolation boundary based on the port type.
Hyper-V has the capability of supporting the following Private VLAN port types:
- Promiscuous: This type of port is permitted to communicate to any other port within a PVLAN including Isolated and Community
- Isolated: This type of port is only permitted to communicate to Promiscuous ports within a PVLAN and cannot communicate other Isolated ports or Community ports
- Community: This type of port is permitted to communicate with any other Promiscuous or Community port within the PVLAN ...