Migrating VMs with SCVMM 2016

Hi all

I have a vanilla Failover Cluster, built on Windows 2016.  The hosts were configured manually including the vNics etcs.

I have then added the cluster in to a clean install of VMM 2016 in order to migrate VMs from the old cluster to the new cluster.

All works fine except the migrated VM is not taking the VLAN ID with it.

Where can I make the change to get the VLAN ID to go across with it?  Is it possible if the cluster was not built using VMM?
Wayne Tuckwell MBCS, CISMPSenior Information Systems OfficerAsked:
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MaheshArchitectCommented:
U need to set VLAN ID on Hyper-V server under virtual networks itself in old cluster and new cluster both

Then VM should be able to carry that as well..my guess
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R@f@r P@NC3RVirtualization SpecialistCommented:
Hello,

Validate in the Hyper-V switch manager of the old cluster to see what VLAN settings you had previously and look at the vm network adapter. Then try the migration again.

Or you can go to the switch manager of the new cluster and configure the VLAN ID

regards......
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Wayne Tuckwell MBCS, CISMPSenior Information Systems OfficerAuthor Commented:
Thanks both, but all i needed to do was add the VLAN ID to the network under Logical Networks.  Once I had added the VLAN ID and IP range, the migrations were running through with the network working.  Saves me having to watch the migration of 60 VMs and change the VLAN ID of each server!
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Wayne Tuckwell MBCS, CISMPSenior Information Systems OfficerAuthor Commented:
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