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hi all. have moved vm lab to Hyperv but having a few issues, see other question raised. hers my setup.
2x physical servers.
server 1 ip address 192.168.0.150
server 2 ip address 192.168.0.151

I have 2 vms on each node with ip addresses 152,153,154,155. so all on same subnet.
my virgin router 19w.168.0.1
the GW address on all vms is 192.168.0.1

vSwitch called external  is bridged to physical Nic, same for both. all vms have been assigned external switch.
each vm can ping the other inside there own hyperv but they cannot ping the vms in the other node nor can any of them get Internet, get exclamation saying no Internet

I know I'm making a simple mistake here and am hoping that an expert can put me on the right track.
thank you.
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You use VLAN in your network? The router is connected on the same physical switch where your hosts are connected?
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Yes so everything is on 192.168.0.x network.
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been thinking. I could understand why the vms can't talk across the nodes possibly but why can't they get access to the Internet?
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Hi Richard. Got it all working. You mention of the switch got me to check the vswitch on the host, the vswitch didn't have correct GW and so rectified. Cost me more than a couple of hours but to be honest have learnt an awful lot in the trouble shooting so all's good. Thank you buddy.
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