In this video, learn about the topology of the lab needed to create a software defined network, along with an explanation of various objects to be created.
- [Instructor] Software-defined networking…has a lot of different objects…that we're going to need to create and configure.…Let's take another look at the way our lab…is going to be set up, and sort of a general overview.…As we see in this graphic, on the left we have VMHost1…and on the right we have VMHost2.…Underneath each server we have the two different…virtual machines and the VLAN and subnets…they're going to be on once we create them.…The advantage to software-defined networking is that,…prior to this, we would have to have all…of the virtual machines on the same subnet.…
But, with the advent of Server 2012, R2, and 2016,…we now have the ability to have the virtual machines…on different subnets, and we can take those subnets,…and we can make it so they can communicate with each other,…or not, if we choose to.…We can make it so the virtual machines…can go out to the Internet, or not go out to the Internet,…or have virtual machines talk to each other,…or have specific hosts be able to talk…to specific virtual machines.…
Note: This course is the first of two that will cover SDN in a Server 2016 network. This course maps to the SDN deployment objectives in Exam 70-745.
- Planning an SDN
- Configuring a Hyper-V switch
- Creating network objects in Virtual Machine Manager
- Creating IP pools and VM networks
- Creating logical switches and uplink ports
- Configuring an edge gateway
- Creating multitenant VMs