I'm playing around with Hyper-V on a Windows Server 2012 machine. It has 3 NIC's. #0 is dedicated to the host, #1 is on a virtual switch with all VM's on it.
I want NIC #2 to be dedicated to a particular VM, e.g. the host shouldn't bother with it and it should only have 1 MAC and IP for the client VM. (as if the VM was a physical machine with that particular NIC)
The only way to do this I see now is to create a "external" virtual network and place only that VM on the network. This of course has advantages but also leaves me to deal with 2 IP's and 2 MAC's: one for the host and one for the VM.
Is this possible and if so how (and is it recommended?)