I am having issues getting multiple VLAN's set up on my Hyper-V cluster. Here is the scenario; I need to have 2 separate (potentially more in the future) VLAN's to span across the Hyper-V environment. So far I have set up a trunk to the Hyper-V hosts on the switch side of things. Here is what the trunk config looks like;
interface GigabitEthernet1/0/20 description TEST switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q switchport trunk native vlan 10 switchport trunk allowed vlan 5,10 switchport mode trunk
Now, on the Hyper-V side of things I have created identical virtual switches across all hosts, named "Inside".
I have created the logical network for this "Inside" vSwitch, set up the VLAN's on the logical network and built the IP pools for each. I will gladly post the configuration if that helps at all.
This is where the issue arises. If I leave the VM NIC's untagged (no VLAN ID), they all seem to work fine, and connect to the VLAN 10 network like they should. Once I tag the NIC then traffic to either the VLAN 5 or 10 networks seemingly will not pass over the network as I cannot even ping the gateway for each of these. I have tried both static and dynamic addresses for the VLAN ID tagged traffic, no help.
Here is an illustration of what works.
And what does not work.
Where should I be looking? There has to be something I am overlooking here, it seems like this would be a very common setup, but I feel like I may have been looking at this for too long.