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Hyper V Networking

Discussion in 'Virtual and Cloud Computing' started by dmarsh, Jan 7, 2010.

  1. dmarsh

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    Well I'm trying to grok Hyper V networking and having a few issues.

    My host machine has two physical nics but only one is physically connected to my router.

    I need to set up a virtual network to enable my VM's to see the internet etc.

    I can get this working by setting up my main nic as an external bound virtual network.

    However since installing the Hyper V role I cannot seem to use Microsoft Networking/NFS/SMB ? Basically my network printer now cannot be accessed, any ideas what I'm soing wrong ?

    Ironically from the VM's NFS seems to work.
     
  2. dmarsh

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    Ok I can get NFS working if I make my VM's live on an internal network.

    How can I bridge this network to the physical network ?
     
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    is one of these nics attached as the management NIC as well?

    you could have them both Hyper-V Nics and throw an ISA Server on maybe?

    im not sure ICS will work because if Hyper-V is managing the interface its a hyper-v interface not longer a pure host interface
     
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  4. dmarsh

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    Whats a management nic ? :oops:

    I've not read much on hyper-V I have to confess.

    Well essentially I'm only using Hyper-V for the odd VM, pretty much like a Virtual PC replacement, I don't want to set up an ISA server really.

    Well yes ICS was one thought but yes I'm not sure if its supported, clearly Hyper-V messes with the network stack quite a lot, any good guides I can read quickly on Hyper-V networking ?

    Turned ICS on for the private virtual network and all is now good, god I need a networking course !

    thanks !
     
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    Is it all sorted now Dave? I'm handy on Hyper-V
     
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    Yes all sorted now, ICS forwards DHCP and does NAT etc and is making the virtual network bridge to the real world.
     
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    Good work mate, the more of this stuff I learn the more I realise I don't know :rolleyes:
     
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    I'd recommend comptia network+ but I think you'd shoot me if I did. :twisted:
     
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