To integrate your Microsoft Hyper-V hosts with the EFA Hyper-V service, perform the following steps:
Create or modify your fabric as required.
Create or modify your tenant information as required.
Register your new Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) as a tenant of the fabric.
Verify your integration.
The primary task in managing your existing Microsoft Hyper-V hosts as tenants is to update them periodically or add new devices to your network. Another task is to delete these servers when they are not required.
The following network diagram will be used throughout this section to explain the various configurations.
This table lists the devices, their IP/Port information, and their role within the example network.
|IP Address & Port||Device & Role|
|10.24.85.111||Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager|
|10.24.81.10||Microsoft Hyper-V Host #1|
|10.24.82.20||Microsoft Hyper-V Host #2|
|10.9.9.20 [0/10]||Fabric Leaf Node #1. This node is connected to the Microsoft Hyper-V host with IP address 10.24.81.10 on port 10.|
|10.9.9.30 [0/10]||Fabric Leaf Node #2. This node is connected to the Microsoft Hyper-V host with IP address 10.24.82.20 on port 10.|