Hi all. I have 2 physical boxes running 2012 R2.
Box one 192.168.0.249 SM 255.255.255.0 GW 192.168.0.1 running VMware workstation with 2 ESXi virtual hosts. Also I have vSphere which has the 2 hosts added to a cluster and then i created a couple of VMs inside the cluster. VMs in the cluster can can ping host and get to the internet.
IP range for VMware workstation is (please attached image vmip)
Box two IP 192.168.0.250 SM 255.255.255.0 GW 192.168.0.1 running Hyper-V with several VMs including lab DCs. For Hyper-V network pleased see image hvip.
Problem. VMs on box 1 (vmware) can ping and communicate to VMs on box 2. I can even join VMs to the domain whereby they have to communicate with a DC on box 1, the Hyper-V server.
VMs on box 2 however, the Hyper-V guests cannot ping, map drives to VMs on box 1.
There are no firewalls running
I believe the VMs on box 1, the VMware server can ping because the default network has them bound to the physical host card. So the vmware network is taking care of the natting. What i can't figure out is what i have to do the network on the Hyper-V host to make those VMs see the VMs on the VMware host.
Any pointers appreciated.