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Question about adding Hyper-V  Virtual Swtch

Posted on 2014-03-24
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Hello guys,

Just need something to clarify when we need to add virtual nic in  Hyper-V Manager

I'm thinking to use the same physical NIC port for IP traffics which connecting to SAN storage and also connecting to LAN, will this  doable or it will impact the entire existing setting ?

Or it it must one logical switch connecting to one physical network port ?
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Mohammed Khawaja earned 2000 total points
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Multiple logical switches could be bonded to a physical network. In your case it is doable but I caution you as it will impact performance.
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Yes,
It seems that way either, since we have only one physical adapter..
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