I currently have Windows Server setup with one physical ethernet port (eth0) as an external VLAN trunk connected to a Hyper-V virtual external switch for VMs to share with the host. The host uses specifically VLAN1 while the virtual switch allows VMs to use and share from VLAN1 to VLAN3.
Now I want to connect another physical ethernet port (eth1) to the same virtual switch or something similar so I can connect an external network device to it (eth1) and have the communication be able to pass through the other physical external VLAN trunk (eth0).
Typically, it would be a much easier task to do if it was on a router configuration, but I can't figure how I go about doing the same thing on Windows. The configuration for network adapters in the current network setup confused me, let alone the new network configuration.