I have 1 server with an onboard NIC and 1 usb NIC, the onboard NIC is for
network 1 (my home network) and the usb NIC is for
network 2 (my virtual network) so they are separated and do not interfere with each other.
Hyper-V for all of my virtual machines and I have my usb NIC set as a virtual network and selected in
Hyper-V which NIC it needed to use so that my networks are separated.
What i have done:
Windows Server 2012 R2 on my virtual machine, I checked my own computer and looked which ip my computer got (
network 1) and I checked what IP my virtual server got (
network 2) my virtual server had a different IP, so I assigned a static IP
192.168.2.2 and I installed my
DHCP. Then I got this message:
A delegation for this DNS server cannot be created because the authoritative parent zone cannot be found or it does not run Windows DNS server
I searched but it didn't made sense because the AD and the DNS are on the same server and on the same network but I have seen that most people say do not bother it because it is on the same server. For some reason my DHCP won't give IP addresses, god knows why, and I can not do a network boot because of that. It really is annoying me
I can't get
WDS working and I don't have a single clue anymore where to look or how to find out. It is my first time with WDS and I have searched multiple sites and videos for help or how to do it but without luck.
Could it be that it has to do with my other network?!
Thank you in advance!