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    Hi forum, i am new here .

    I need some help with my network infrastructure as i am new to hyper-v.

    What do I have:
    2 host servers ( sp1, sp2) with 4 nics on each
    1 switch
    1 router.
    6 virtual machine with 2 dmz
    my entire network is on the same sub .2.X
    i must setup 2 dmz with 10.X and 172.X

    What i would like to do:
    i need to setup my 2 hosts in order that if one fails all virtual machine should keep running automatically.

    I have installed hyper-core server 2012 on each of the host

    i need help to how to configure the nics card and the virtual swicth in order to achieve a redondancy in case of failover.

    so step by step : how should i configure the 2 physical host at first?
    then how should i configure the NICS on the server and the virtual switch?
    how should i configure the dmz?
    how i can test if i switch off my host1 the vm should work on host2 and vice-versa

    I would really appreciate your help for a best practive network setup.
    Thanks

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