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You manage a Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) environment. You plan to create virtual machine (VM) networks and IP address pools.
You need to ensure that VM networks are segmented.
Solution: You create a VM network with the No Isolation option.
Does the solution meet the goal?
The type of VM network you set up depends on the isolation settings for the logical network:
Network virtualization: If the logical network is isolated using network virtualization you can create multiple VM networks for a logical network. Within a VM network tenants can use any IP addresses they want for their VMs regardless of the IP addresses used on other VM networks. Tenants can also configure some network settings.
VLAN: If the logical network is isolated using VLAN or PVLAN you’ll create on VM network for each network site and VLAN in the logical network. No isolation:
If the logical network is configured without isolation you’ll create a single VM network linked to a logical network.