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To isolate the traffic within a switch-port/VLAN you may
want to look into building a private vlan.
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Private_VLAN

That way, systems in the same switch/VLAN won't be able
to see anything but the uplink to the router.


On 10/23/2011 10:02 PM, Jeries, Ibrahim (Student) wrote:
> Dear all,
> Can VCL isolate virtual machines traffic from on another?
> I.e.: have "vm1" reserved and in an active session by one user.
>        another "vm2" also reserved and in an active session by user 2
> So how can one prevent user1 from seeing user2's traffic completely? For 
> example, if used the Windows net view command not to show vm2, not be able to 
> ping vm2 or vice versa, and even if a network sniffer (Cain, WireShark and 
> the like) to be deployed not to be able to discover vm1 or any vms used by 
> other users..
> Also is it possible for a single user to reserve and use more then one 
> machine simultaneously on a form of a single group? i.e: vm1 being a windows 
> server 2008, vm2 being a windows win7 (client) in which a student can reserve 
> and use both machine to practice setting up the windows server as a domain 
> controller with Active Directory, DNS, DHCP and so on then join win 7 to the 
> domain..
> Many thanks,
> Ibrahim

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