Saturday, November 17, 2012 5:34 PM
how and where do I enable vlan tagging like in scvmm2008 etc.
I am currently migrating to 2012, but the vlan tag is holding me back..
What to do?
Kindest regards, Martin
Monday, November 19, 2012 9:17 PM
Windows Server 2012 is easier to manage that Windows Server 2008. You don't need to manually specify the VLANs. When a VM is connected to a VLAN. That VLAN is automatically accepted on the uplink.
You no longer have Trunk vs Access mode. A connection with VLAN 0 will handle untagged traffic.
This introduces the limitation that you cannot have access mode with a specific VLAN ID
Tuesday, November 20, 2012 9:06 AMModerator
VMM 2012 introduces "Logical Networks" concept where you have to pre-define the VLAN id and network subnets before they can be rolled
out. On the SCVMM 2012 management console, click on Fabric and Logical Networks On individual virtual networks, you have to define new network site and add the corresponding VLAN ids and IP address subnets, When you return to the "Network Adapter" settings of your VMs, you can now assign the VLAN id accordingly.
I would recommend you to read this blog post to understand more
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