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    I have a new Server that I installed Hyper-V on. Systems is up and running no issues.

    Systems has 8 NIC ports, 4 built in and 2 Add in NIC cards each have 2 ports each.

    I have 3 domains so I broke the NIC’s up so each NIC goes to a domain. I took 3 of the 4 built in and bridged them. The bridged NIC’s will have the most work load on them so they go to Domain1. each of the other 2 NIC’s go to a different domain. NIC #2 goes to Domain2 and this is where my problem is. My main Domain with the bridged NIC’s works just fine and all the VM’s that use the Bridged NIC work just fine.

    When I setup a VM to use Domain2 NIC I cannot see the network or even ping anything in that domain. Am I missing something here?

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