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port forwarding issue hyper-v

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#1 bitzz


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Posted 15 March 2015 - 10:11 AM

domain = xyz.com

domain controller and dns = xyz1.com

member servers = xyz2.com,xyz3.com,xyz4.com

xyz3.com and xyz4.com both need port 443 forwarded to them

the host machine has 2 physical nics one is set for external in hyper-v

everything works great

I've tried setting the second nic as external to connect to the second machine that needs port 443

this also works except the second machine needs to be able to talk to the domain controller as well

when I try to use a virtual nic inernally to get them all to talk I get an error about multiple gateways

can anyone throw some viable ideas at me,,i'm quite frustrated with it all now

all of the machines including the host are using server 2012 r2

thanx so much



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#2 Wand3r3r


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Posted 16 March 2015 - 04:32 PM

Sorry but I don't see how any of this is working for you at all.  You are not using proper name spaces if using AD

You have 5 different domain names. 


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