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Create VMs on VLAN

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Anybody has instruction on how to create VM on VLAN? Thanks
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I'm not sure I understand your question.
Do you mean how do you create a virual adapter?
To do this you must firstly create a vSwitch.
You can then add a virtual adapter or network to it. The virtual adapter has a VLAN field, here you enter the vlan tag number of the VLAN you wish this network adapter to recieve traffic from.
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This whitepaper by vmware may be all that you need for this. You haven't mentioned what VM Platform you are using, but the process is similar
http://www.vmware.com/pdf/esx3_vlan_wp.pdf
 
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