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How to setup a lab with Hyper-V

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Hello,
I have a standalone worstation on DMZ  with a static IP ) private 10....
On this system I have installed W2K08 R2 and Hyper V role.
I need to create a lab that contain 1 DC 3 clients
All iso image has been downloaded but i dont know how to configure the networking part in order to be able to browse internet from DC and  from clients. basically I nee internet connettivity on all virual systems.
I have only 1 phisical network adapter on this worstation.
Any help will be greatly appreciate
Thanks
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I use VMware, so pardon my language as it will be oriented to VMware.

You have one NIC on your workstation (Normal) and you have your workstation hooked up to a router (most likely) and the router is handing out a DHCP address to your workstation (like 192.168.1.100).

So now use Bridged Networking for each of your guest machines. They will get IP address such as 192.168.1.102, 103, 104, etc.  

From there, networking is normal - just like real machines. You need to make sure your firewalls allow the entire subnet (e.g. 192.168.1.x).

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It is not best practise, but with only one nic available you have to set up the virtual switch in hyper-v. This way your VMs and your host use the same network connection.
Notice: your original networkadaper will loose its settings and you will find the switch as second adapter.
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Thank you and I was pleased to help. .... Thinkpads_User
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