We got four physical NICs in each blade server for the following configuration in Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 Datacenter :
On each NIC-Team we have different VLANs from our Multi-Tenant Datacenter comming through.
For our Microsoft Hyper-V 2012 R2 Cluster we need more NIC’s for our Hyper-V Nodes and we make them virtual with Powershell 4.0 :
Open Powershell in Administrator modus.
Here we make two virtual NIC’s with Powershell connected to the virtual Management switch.
- VMNetworkAdapter called HBVLAN1250 for Heartbeat
- VMNetworkAdapter called CSVVLAN1251 for Live Migration
Each NIC in the right VLAN configured with Powershell
After these Powershell commands you can configure the VNICs for the Microsoft Hyper-V 2012 R2 Cluster :