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The best option i found for this was RRAS role on a 2008R2 Virtual server. this blog here helps explain the process, http://blogs.msdn.com/b/canberrapfe/archive/2013/04/23/routing-traffic-between-subnets-in-your-hyper-v-lab.aspx i used Vmware rather than Hyper-V but the same applies, it was a surprisingly painless process and allowed me to replicate a ...


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VMware is a company, not a product. What VMware product are you using? Yes, pfSense would work, as well as RRAS, or anything else that has routing capability to route between the two subnets. Create two vSwitches. Connect the relevant VM's to the appropriate vSwitch. Connect your pfSense or RRAS (or whatever) VM to each vSwitch. Configure routing in pfSense ...


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If you don't mind losing dynamic DNS updates from client computers you could install Windows DNS or BIND-based secondary DNS servers in the remote sites. Unfortunately, only AD-integrated replica DNS servers (running on Domain Controller computers) will be capable of receiving dynamic updates from clients. I suppose that, as a bit of a middle-ground ...



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