How to Route traffic between Multiple Hyper-V VM Routers-

I would like to set up 2 virtual routers/appliances on a Hyper V box(MS2016).  I'm looking for a general guide or how to, if one exists.  Why? sng's, just cause, and or stretching my legs.
For this example/test

 I have already set up a test server with MS2016 configured with Hyper-V server role.  The server has 3 physical Nics.   I am using Opnsense/Pfsence as one vm, and untangle as a second vm and one Virtual switch so far.
This is kinda  what I envision

Int/Cbl Modem<----->VM1 Pub int Dhcp from Cable modem- Priv Int static 192.168.200.1/30<--------> VM2 Pub Int static 192.168.200.2/30--Prv Int static192.168.1.1 w dhcp /24

Struggling how to put it to practice in the VM environment.
Thanks in Advance
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Philip ElderTechnical Architect - HA/Compute/StorageCommented:
One can set up Server 2008 R2 with RRAS enabled and two virtual NICs. One for the Private Network 1 and the other for the common network.

A DNS setup would be required in the common network to allow for routing.

ISP --> Untangle/pfSense vNIC 1 ISP IP 99.99.99.99 --> Untangle vNIC 2 (Internal network IP 192.168.22.1).

On the networking side:
NIC Port 0: Host OS/Management (Private Network 1 192.168.22.200) (Plugged into production switch)
NIC Port 1: vSwitch ISP Not Shared with Host OS (Plugged into ISP Modem)
NIC Port 2: vSwitch Private Network Not Shared with Host OS (Plugged into production switch)


I have two very thorough EE articles on all things Hyper-V:

Some Hyper-V Hardware and Software Best Practices
Practical Hyper-V Performance Expectations
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seaweed27Author Commented:
Thank you, looks like I was oversimplifying. I assumed it could all be contained to hyper-v.
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