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#1 techs221


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Posted 06 October 2016 - 11:52 PM

What I am trying to do I am not sure if it is even possible, I am trying to setup a testing lab in my house to have 2 vm host running server 2012 on to different subnets 

so this is how I want to set this up if possible and please tell me if it is not 

Coming from my modem plugged into pfsense firewall running on the lan side 
From the firewall plugs into my Extreme switch x250e switch all untagged ports from here to my vm host 
my server 2012 r2 is setup as a domain controller, DHCP, and DNS on this is all working fine , 
The problem is I have another switch that is a Dell power connect that is running another vm host 
On this server 2012 r2 is setup as Domain Controller, DHCP, and DNS running ip range 

Is there a way to connect the Extreme switch to the Dell switch to pass traffic back and fourth on both subnets so I can access any other servers or clients on either subnet and Have internet running on both subnets running with 1 modem and firewall 

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