#StackBounty: #azure #virtual-machines #hyper-v #azure-networking Azure VM Nested Hyper-V VM Network Configuration

Bounty: 50

I’m trying to figure out how to share the internet connection from my HOST Azure VM to the VM’s withing Hyper-V inside the HOST VM.

I’ve added two network interfaces to the HOST Azure VM each with static IP’s configured.

Upon creating my Virtual Switch on Hyper-V i’ve associated the secondary NIC on the HOST machine and the internet connection is not passing through. I do have “Allow management operating system to share this network adapter” checked.

My intent is to create a Domain Controller with DHCP as a Hyper-V VM within my host machine and create subsequent Hyper-V VM’s on the HOST machine for purposes of exchange, SQL, etc… But I need to get my primary Active Directory VM up and running and can’t seem to figure out how to pass the internet connection from the HOST onto my first Hyper-V VM.

Any help, ideas, input appreciated.

Some context for this question:
I’m investigating setting up a Hyper-V network for Microsoft Exchange. My plan is to create 1 Azure VM and install Hyper-V and multiple VM’s inside for Active Directory, Exchange, DNS, DCHP to setup a public facing exchange server.


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