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Add new Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V Node to the Cluster with SC2012R2 VMM #SCVMM #Hyperv

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We have the following configuration :

  • Microsoft Operating System is Windows Server 2012 R2 in a Single forest.
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V Cluster
  • Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager
  • Microsoft SQL 2012 SP1

Here you see the Step-by-Step guide to add a Hyper-v node to the Cluster with System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager :

Add  Hyper-V node

Go to all Hosts and add the new Hyper-V node into SCVMM with this wizard.

When you see the new Hyper-V host in System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager, you have to setup the host with all the settings from Virtual Machine Manager by opening
the properties of the new host.

SCVMM Network 2

Here you set the right NICs to the Logical networks.

Here we set the following NICs :

  • Production network
  • Management network
  • Live Migration network
  • Heartbeat network

After that we set the high available virtual Switches for the new Hyper-V Node :

 

SCVMM Network 3aJust set the right NIC and UP-Link port profile to the Virtual Switch.

Then you have to add the virtual NIC to the Virtual Switch :

SCVMM Network 4Here you set the VM Network and static IP address.

For production we set two NICs into a Team for capacity :

SCVMM TeamMake the Team with the right NICs and UP-Link port profile

When all of the properties are set, click on OK and the settings will be provisioned to the new Hyper-V node.

Hyperv settings to node

Before we add the new Hyper-V node to the Cluster, you can validate the Hyper-V Cluster if it’s still good and healty :

SCVMM Network 5Validate Hyper-V Cluster to see if there are any issues in the Cluster.

SCVMM Network 6Hyper-V Cluster is validating for any issues.

When the running Hyper-V Cluster is validated and good we can add the new Hyper-V node to the Cluster with System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager :

SCVMM Network 7Right click on the Clustername and Click on add Cluster Node.

SCVMM Network 8Here you see the host to add.

SCVMM Network 9Click on Add and the Hyper-V Node will be add to the Hyper-V Cluster.

SCVMM Network 11Job Successful.

Node in ClusterThe New Node is now running in the Hyper-V Cluster and Provisioned by SCVMM

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Author: James van den Berg

I'm Microsoft Architect and ICT Specialist and Microsoft MVP System Center Cloud and Datacenter Management

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