Routing different subnets across hyper-V virtual switch

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    Having a bit of a problem with a hyper-V environment which does not route network traffic on two different subnets between each other.

    By my understanding if it were a physical server with two NICs and a gateway set it would forward traffic automatically between the two different subnets. However when one of those NICs is a hyper-V virtual switch that does that not work and no traffic seems to get forwarded between subnets?

    We have one hyper-V server with two NICs and one virtualised server.
    NIC 1 = 192.168.0/24 – main Internal company network.
    NIC 2 = 192.168.1/24 – connects to ADSL internet router
    NIC 2 is a hyper-V virtual switch.

    Question is how do I route traffic between these two subnets and where is the best place to do this, on the hyper-V host or on the virtualized server?

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