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Setting up first windows 2012 data center with failed over cluster

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Hello all,
This is my first time of setting up windows 2012 data center fail over cluster, our setup will involve of 2 phsical unit server and connected to single storage.

Our two server have 4 port Nic for Iscsi connection
Storage have 2 port of Nic

Now I;m thinking about prerequsite to setup and configure windows 2012 HyperV cluster with 5 VM ( failover )

Do anyone here can advise what should now I prepare ? in term of virtual IP, IP address , subnest , DNS and so on..
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That is a fairly broad question so it is tough to give an accurate answer. Here is a good start though. A Microsoft blog post on clustering in 2012 R2:

http://blogs.technet.com/b/askpfeplat/archive/2013/11/03/windows-server-2012-r2-hyper-v-best-practices-in-easy-checklist-form.aspx
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Hi again,
I have setup the Hyper-V Host Failover Cluster with a 2 drives which one is Quorum and another one is cluster disk "F"

If I want to have 5 VM's installed on this cluster , is that means I must have 5 cluster disk like E,G,H, L which each represent for single VM or can I just use single custer disk which is F to store many VM VHD.
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Either one is possible and supported.
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