Tag Archives: VLAN

Understanding Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Virtualization

The evolution of virtualization lead to an evolution of wide range of virtualized technology including the key building block of a data center which is Network. A traditional network used be wired connection of physical switches and devices. A network … Continue reading

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Comparing VMware vSwitch with SCVMM Network Virtualization

Feature VMware vSphere System Center VMM 2012 R2 Standard vSwitch DV Switch Switch Features Yes Yes Yes Layer 2 Forwarding Yes Yes Yes IEEE 802.1Q VLAN Tagging Yes Yes Yes Multicast Support Yes Yes Yes Network Policy – Yes Yes … Continue reading

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Understanding Network Virtualization in SCVMM 2012 R2

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Networking in SCVMM is a communication mechanism to and from SCVMM Server, Hyper-v Hosts, Hyper-v Cluster, virtual machines, application, services, physical switches, load balancer and third party hypervisor. Functionality includes: Logical Networking of almost “Anything” hosted in SCVMM- Logical network … Continue reading

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Cisco Nexus 1000V Switch for Microsoft Hyper-V

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Cisco Nexus 1000V Switch for Microsoft Hyper-V provides following advanced feature in Microsoft Hyper-v and SCVMM. Integrate physical, virtual, and mixed environments Allow dynamic policy provisioning and mobility-aware network policies Improves security through integrated virtual services and advanced Cisco NX-OS … Continue reading

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Understanding VLAN, Trunk, NIC Teaming, Virtual Switch Configuration in Hyper-v Server 2012 R2

With Server virtualization you can run multiple server instances concurrently on a single physical host; yet servers are isolated from each other and operate independently. Similarly Network virtualization provides multiple virtual network infrastructures run on the same physical network with … Continue reading

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How to configure a VLAN

You need a RJ45 -> DB9 (serial port) cable. You connect it to the serial port of your computer. Then use HyperTerminal (on windows). Default port settings are: baud: 9600 data: 8 parity: none stop: 1 flow: none Hit Enter … Continue reading

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