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LAN segments are virtual networks that are available only to team virtual machines. LAN segments offer increased performance and security. A team LAN segment is fully contained, undetectable and inaccessible from any other network, inside or outside the team.
On the LAN Segments tab, you can add, remove and configure team LAN segments.
To add a new LAN segment, click Add. To remove an existing LAN segment, highlight the name of the LAN segment you wish to remove and click Remove.
In order for a team virtual machine to have access to a team LAN segment, you must connect that virtual machine to the LAN segment. Only virtual machines that have been connected to the LAN segment will have access to that LAN segment. For information on how to connect a team virtual machine to a LAN segment, see Team Connections and Configuring a Network Adapter (NIC).
To rename a LAN segment, select the LAN segment you want to rename. Type in a new name in the Name field.
You can set the bandwidth for a LAN segment in two different ways. Use the Bandwidth drop-down menu to set the bandwidth of the LAN segment to match one of several typical network links. Use the Kbps field to specify a numeric throughput upper limit. Changes here are overwritten when you make a selection from the Bandwidth menu.
To simulate packet loss over the LAN segment, type the desired percentage of simulated packet loss in the Packet Loss field.
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