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Hi all,
I am currently having a problem with Hyper-V.
I have installed kerio control virtual firewall via hyper-v. This also is doing the DHCP for the local network & a Vlan.
The firewall is configured correctly and machines will pick up DHCP for the LAN but the Vlan tags just arent working.
After a bit of testing ive come to the conclusion that something is stripping the tags before the machine gets to speak with the virtual firewall. I also had a look and someone mentioned trunking? Anymore info just let me know. thanks in advance!

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I had the same problem.

After trying several things I configured VLAN at network card configuration (VM settings) . That worked for me.

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creating the vlans as virtual nics at the VM level is much easier to maintain. I'm not sure about hyperV, but in vmware you can have all tags passed or no tags passed, and while all tags is probably fine for Control it's generally not what you want.
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