Windows 10: Removing old virtual switches

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  1.    26 Apr 2018 #21

    cereberus said: View Post
    Yeah I have done that before - phone is on wifi. I can rdp to host but not the vm. I cannot see any obvious reason.
    Hi there @cereberus

    RDP needs port forwarding -- 3389? Not sure which one -- router needs to port forward RDP to the VM -- I think there is a way of selecting different ports for RDP or you might be able to do it via some sort of Putty / Tunnelling.

    If you need to RDP to different machines then you AFAIK need to get the appropriate port(s) forwarded to the IP address on the LAN. I'd imagine you are using for your HOST DHCP so getting the IP address of the VM on the LAN might not be so easy - unless you are on your local HOST.

    This might help though

    Alternate listening port for remote desktop on Windows 10 Professional


    Cheers

    jimbo
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  2.    26 Apr 2018 #22

    jimbo45 said: View Post
    Hi there @cereberus

    RDP needs port forwarding -- 3389? Not sure which one -- router needs to port forward RDP to the VM -- I think there is a way of selecting different ports for RDP or you might be able to do it via some sort of Putty / Tunnelling.

    If you need to RDP to different machines then you AFAIK need to get the appropriate port(s) forwarded to the IP address on the LAN. I'd imagine you are using for your HOST DHCP so getting the IP address of the VM on the LAN might not be so easy - unless you are on your local HOST.

    This might help though

    Alternate listening port for remote desktop on Windows 10 Professional


    Cheers

    jimbo
    Yeah - I had pretty much guessed this. I am reluctant to setup port forwarding on my router anyway.

    I actually discovered (rather to my surprise) I can rdp to host, and in host simultanesously rdp to vm i.e on phone it looks like I have RDPd direct. So in the end, I have a simple and low risk solution (I could always have used vmconnect instead anyway).

    When it comes to Port forwarding, I prefer forwarding it from a decanter to my crystal glass .
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  3.    26 Apr 2018 #23

    cereberus said: View Post
    Yeah - I had pretty much guessed this. I am reluctant to setup port forwarding on my router anyway.

    I actually discovered (rather to my surprise) I can rdp to host, and in host simultanesously rdp to vm i.e on phone it looks like I have RDPd direct. So in the end, I have a simple and low risk solution (I could always have used vmconnect instead anyway).

    When it comes to Port forwarding, I prefer forwarding it from a decanter to my crystal glass .
    Nice one !!!!! over the yardarm of course.

    Cheers
    jimbo
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       26 Apr 2018 #24

    cereberus said: View Post
    Yeah - I had pretty much guessed this. I am reluctant to setup port forwarding on my router anyway.

    I actually discovered (rather to my surprise) I can rdp to host, and in host simultanesously rdp to vm i.e on phone it looks like I have RDPd direct. So in the end, I have a simple and low risk solution (I could always have used vmconnect instead anyway).

    When it comes to Port forwarding, I prefer forwarding it from a decanter to my crystal glass .
    Remoting into all my VMs from any computer or device in my internal network is working like a charm. My mobile even detects the device names automatically, so I don't have to type anything manually. :)

    You must be having some configuration issues with your virtual switches...

    UPDATE: Here's a shot from my mobile
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  5.    26 Apr 2018 #25

    slicendice said: View Post
    Remoting into all my VMs from any computer or device in my internal network is working like a charm. My mobile even detects the device names automatically, so I don't have to type anything manually. :)

    You must be having some configuration issues with your virtual switches...

    UPDATE: Here's a shot from my mobile
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    I only get these issues when using the default switch. With the normal external switches, all is fine as the vms are on the same subnet as the mobile and host. My problem is using external hosts kills my ISP download speed.
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  6. slicendice's Avatar
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       26 Apr 2018 #26

    cereberus said: View Post
    I only get these issues when using the default switch. With the normal external switches, all is fine as the vms are on the same subnet as the mobile and host. My problem is using external hosts kills my ISP download speed.
    I C! Yeah, I don't use the default switch because it has been disconnected from everything since a few host upgrades ago.

    I also had DL speed issues on host when using an external switch, but now all seems fine...

    EDIT: Tested real life single file DL speed from a server near me. I got 40MB/s. :)

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  7.    26 Apr 2018 #27

    slicendice said: View Post
    I C! Yeah, I don't use the default switch because it has been disconnected from everything since a few host upgrades ago.

    I also had DL speed issues on host when using an external switch, but now all seems fine...

    EDIT: Tested real life single file DL speed from a server near me. I got 40MB/s. :)

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    I will try direct ethernet connection. Maybe it is a wifi issue.
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