Hi, I’m really struggling with something that should be simple. I’m trying to have an OVH dedicated server as a DC (AD, DHCP, DNS) and a Hyper-V host, serving it’s VMs guests so they are all joined to the same domain with internet access.
Using this guide https://docs.ovh.com/gb/en/dedicated/network-bridging, I have:
- NIC1 (One I Remote Desktop on with)
- NIC2 (Failover IP is assigned to as in article)(Later I added a secondary IPv4 in the 10.0.0 range)
- Hyper-v NIC Adapter Static Virtual MAC applied (as in article)
- In the VM, I set the IP to the same as Failover IP (as in article)(Later I added a secondary IPv4 in the 10.0.0 range as well as a second DNS and Gateway of the hosts 10.0.0. address, trying to match the Host network)
The standard set up and my changes both allowed me to have 1 VM so it can access the internet, but it won’t join the Hosts domain. I have 2 more VM’s to link up after I get this working on the Domain I setup.
I want the VM’s to be on a 10.0.0. range, accessible via the internet to use IIS on (I can point the “internet’s” DNS to the external IP I RPD with when required).
I’ve noticed the subnet is 255.255.255.255, so I changed this to 255.255.255.0 (in allow more than it’s own device on the network, but tried with both)
I added the secondary IPv4 address above after a standard setup with the article and it wasn’t working as was. (because the sever cant see the HOSTs DNS to get the Domain I believe, hence I added the second DNS entry).
I’ve set a separate environment up no problem on just dedicated servers, just struggling with Hyper-v.
I tried adding the Virtual Switches as this article but made no difference https://forum.ovh.co.uk/showthread.php/8568-Hyper-V-Server-201-Does-anyone-actually-have-it-working-on-So-You-Start
Is this possible with OVH? Does anyone have a similar setup and working with the dedicated server as a DC and Hyper-v host?
Many thanks in advance.