I have a small home test environment
1. A physical server running 2012 R2 with Hyper-V
a. 8 CPU's
b. 32 Gbyte memory
c. 7 Tbytes of Disk
d. 5 ethernet adaptors
2. 150 Mbyte ISP connection
a. ASUS RT-AC87R router
b. D-Link DGS-2208 switch
3. 7 Windows 2012 R2 vm's
3 Windows 8.1 vm's
1 Windows 10 vm
All of this is running from a subnet of 192.168.0.1/24
What I'd like to is take advantage of Hyper-V vlan feature and create some subnet's to support say one for the DC's, one for servers, one for workstations....something like 192.168.0.16/29, 192.168.0.32/29, 192.168.0.40/29. Doesn't matter the starting ip, just diffy them up.
So....Considering the hardware/software I have....what else do I need? I've been reading that I need a smart vlan switch. How do I define Gateway address and route from one vlan to another? Is there an option/tool/application to open/close firewall ports between the subnets? I am open to upgrading/replacing switches/routers/ethernet adaptor, but do have cost constraints, so they can't be too expensive.