I am in the process of building a VM to run Exchange 2010. I have a separate NIC card with 4 ports that I would like to dedicate specifically to this VM. I'm new to virtual networking so my question is what is the best way to go about binding these 4 ports to this one virtual machine?
Do I just use the HP Networking Utility to Team the 4 ports and then assign it to the VM?
At the moment this is the only thing I can think of doing. If anyone else has any better solutions I would love to hear about it.
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