Learn how to trunk two network adapters and add logical switches to Virtual Machine Manager. Associate these to both gateway virtual machine hosts as part of your gateway setup.
- [Narrator] In order for our gateways…to be highly available, we need to create…a cluster and we can do that either from…the Windows 2016 servers or we can do it right inside…Virtual Machine Manager which is what we're going to do,…so all I have to do is just highlight…one of the two servers under the fabric and then,…the hosts area and then, click on Create…and we'll say Hyper-V cluster.…Let's go ahead and give the name gateway cluster,…so we know right where it is.…
Choose Next and we'll choose our administrator…for the run as account as usual.…Next and now we want to choose both of our hosts,…so we can create a highly available cluster.…Let's go ahead and skip the shared storage for now.…Select our existing network (mumbles) put an IP address…that is not currently being used…and click Next and we'll choose Finish…and we moved to the running jobs.…We can see the install cluster working.…
If we click on it, we could see…all the different facets of the installation.…Our cluster's been created.…Let's go ahead and double-click…
Note: This course is the second of two that cover SDN in a Server 2016 network. This course maps to the SDN deployment objectives in Exam 70-745.
- Determining usage scenarios
- Virtual Machine Manager
- Downloading a service template for the HA gateway
- Copying and importing a script to a library
- Creating a Scale-Out File Server
- Creating a cluster
- Configuring deployment
- Navigating to the job status logs
- Accessing deployment log files