Networking – configuring logical networks

Logical network is a container that contains elements that defines the underlying networking infrastructure. It contains a group of IP subnets and/or VLANs.

In this recipe, we will go through the logical network configuration.

Getting ready

A logical network linked to a network site is a user-defined group of IP subnets, VLANs, or IP subnet/VLAN pairs that is used to organize and simplify network assignments. It can be used to label networks with different purposes, for traffic isolation, and to provision networks for different types of service-level agreements (SLAs).

Note

As VMs move across Hyper-V servers, make sure that the virtual network switches are named exactly the same in all Hyper-V servers (as ...

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