routing between labs

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Hi,

 

i have two labs, one with IIS Servee and another one with 5 windows 10 workstations. It's possible routing traffic between those labs?

 

The IIS server has an application that the nworkstatioms need to use

 

Regards

1 Reply

@acarballeda,

 

Currently, it is not possible to route traffic from one lab to another.  You have to options for multi-vm communications.

  1. You can use virtual network peering if all virtual machines need to access an shared external resource.
  2. You can used nested virtualization to host IIS.

Hope that helps,

Elizabeth