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Hi.
Have a 2012 R2 Hyper-V server with 3 virtual server.
They are on one virtual lan (one nic)
Have a web server on a physical server connected to the DMZ zone of the firewall and was planning to convert it to virtual. (disk2vhd)

Plan is to use one of the NIC's in the server and make another vLAN and connect that NIC to the DMZ zone in the firewall.

So I'll have 3 servers in one vLAN (10.0.0.0) and one webserver in a DMZ zone (10.10.0.0)
Firewall (physical) will still be in charge of the rules.

Is this kosher or am I missing something?
Thanx
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Question by:Tore Jacobsen
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You can have as many Networks as you like and separate them however you like yes.
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