I am currently building a test environment with 4 servers inside Hyper-V.
One of the servers is a Domain Controller, the other servers will be a member of that domain.
All machines are on an internal hyper-V network, I have then set up the wireless network adapter on the host machine to allow the internal network to share this connection. This works fine and the machines can access the internet.
All machines have dynamic IP Addresses.
Now comes the problem: How do I get all the machines into the domain? Do I need to use static IP Addresses? Do I need to manually add them to the DNS? I will be setting up 2 of the machines in a NLB cluster will I need static ip addresses for that?
The ip address was being supplied by the DHCP allocator in the Internet Connection Sharing component of the wireless adapter.