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    Hi there:

    I’ve got an HP GL370 with 5 physical NICs running 2K8 R2. I’ve installed Hyper-V and have set up several VMs without issue. All these VMs share the same virtual and physical NICs because they’re all on the network. So far, so good. So…

    I have set up a new VM (W7, just for light-duty code compiling, but needs to talk to an outside host) in the DMZ. I created a new virtual NIC, and mapped that to it’s own, separate physical NIC. This is where the trouble begins…

    The host box (the 2K8 install), has some code on it that needs to talk to another box on the domain. It does that just fine, until I enable the NIC that’s in the DMZ. Then, I can’t get to the other box. Can’t ping it; nothing. It’s like the DMZ’d NIC is superceding the network NIC.

    It’s possible (likely?) that there’s a tick box or radio button that I’ve overlooked, or don’t understand.

    I know it’s tough from here, but can anyone advise on how these two networks can peacefully co-exist?

    Thanks!!

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