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How are ip generated in a "private" network in hyper v ?

context : i want to configure a windows vpn server (connected to this private network AND to the internet) so the vpn clients are in the private network.

thank you for helping

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so the guest vm will be the vpn terminator correct? Also the term split tunnel is what you are looking for as far as I can tell from your decription. – tony roth Mar 5 '12 at 17:22
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How are ip generated in a "private" network in hyper v ?

Not at all - the same way as with a physical network without hyper-v. Hyper-v does not care about yor IP addresses, it simulats hardware. SIt down and start planning the network layout like you would do for ap hysical server setup.

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yea I read that part and figured he has a ways to go before he gets anywhere on this. – tony roth Mar 5 '12 at 17:31

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