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Private Network (Guest Communication Only)

Corporate LAN

Internal Network (Guest + Host Communication Only)

Corporate LAN

External Network (Guest + LAN Communication)

Corporate LAN

When creating an External network in Hyper-V, a virtual network switch is created and bound to the selected physical adapter. A new virtual network adapter is created in the parent partition and connected to the virtual network switch. Child partitions can be bound to the virtual network switch by using virtual network adapters. The diagram below illustrates the architecture.

Parent Partition

Child Partition

OS / Application

OS / Application

TCP/IP

Virtual NIC

TCP/IP

Physical NIC

Virtual Network Switch

Virtual NIC

Hyper-V Host Server

Physical Network

In addition to the above scenarios, Hyper-V also supports the use of VLANs and VLAN IDs with the virtual network switch and virtual network adapters. Hyper-V leverages 802.1q VLAN trunking to achieve this objective. To utilize this functionality, a virtual network switch must be created on the host and bound to a physical network adapter that supports 802.1q VLAN tagging. VLAN IDs are configured in two places:

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