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Hyper- V host 2 Network cards one subnet . How or why should I use both Nics . Is there any advantage ?

Posted on 2017-04-11
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I have one Nic configured  and connected . Is there any performance to be gained by plugging the second nic into the switch and assigning a second IP address ?
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Not unless you teamed them and had the appropriate services and/or applications to support such a configuration.
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Also, By adding a second NIC and creating a team, you have fault tolerance built in.

https://www.pluralsight.com/blog/it-ops/nic-teaming-windows-server-2012
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