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This is a reminder for future Ricardo, as it was the 2nd time I searched for the information. After this configuration, Virtual Machines connected to this virtual switch will be able to access the Internet (not only) connection of the host.
New-VMSwitch -SwitchName “SwitchName” -SwitchType Internal New-NetIPAddress -IPAddress <NAT Gateway IP> -PrefixLength <NAT Subnet Prefix Length> -InterfaceIndex <ifIndex> New-NetNat -Name nat -InternalIPInterfaceAddressPrefix <NAT Gateway IP Network>/<NAT Subnet Prefix Length>
Also, the following is a quick and dirty way to get the Hyper-V switch interface index required above.
(Get-NetAdapter -InterfaceDescription Hyper-V*).ifIndex
Hope this helps. Ricardo
Here you can find some of my written work and public/private presentations and conference appearances:
Whitepaper: Windows Server 2012 IaaS Product Line Architecture Fabric Architecture Guide
Teched Europe 2013: Lessons learned from implementing Windows Server 2012 and System Center 2012 SP1 for Hosters (Service Providers)
Microsoft Ignite 2015: Hyper-V Network Virtualization: 100+ Customer Service Provider Deployments
Microsoft Techready: Many sessions at Microsoft’s bi-annual internal readiness event, Techready (Microsoft credentials required)
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