I have big trouble / headache problem and it is same with previous three version of network adapter driver with ANS (also with latest from 01/27/2010).
Two servers are in 2008 R2 failover cluster. Network adapters are 2 x 82576 gigabit dual port. There is established team between two ports. Then, on teamed adapter are made some VLAN's. When virtual adapter with one created VLAN is binded into Hyper-V virtual network manager, after that there is no more VLAN tab in configuration of Team adapter.
So question was how to add more or remove existing VLAN's ? Why VLAN tab is dissapearing ?
OK, first I have to unbind or virtual (VLAN) adapters from Hyper-V so I can get back VLAN tab... but that is.... I don't have words to describe hat ...
OK, I've found that I can use prosetcl.exe.
But something that should be so simple is NOT ! Complet cluster went down and network connectivity was broken in moment when using prosetcl.exe to add some vlan's.
I think that adding VLAN's should not break network or cluster, or am I wrong ?
Sorry for duplicate post
Edward answered to me in The Server RoomEdward @ Intel/message/115740# 115740 1. Feb 10, 2011 8:15 PM /message/115629# 115629 in response to: /message/115629# 115629 Nenad Canic /message/115740# 115740 Re: VLAN tab is missing in network adapter properties binded into Hyper-V VNM
For Hyper-V you should create the VLANs in the virtual interface instead of on the physical port. See http://www.intel.com/support/network/sb/CS-030993.htm FAQ: VLANs and VMDq on Intel® Ethernet Adapters in Hyper-V and also this thread: /message/93589# 93589 http://communities.intel.com/message/93589# 93589