Windows 10: Cannot connect to network in Hyper-V when using default network

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  1.    5 Days Ago #11

    Agreed (with @cereberus): I've seen the bandwidth bug on all of my 1803 PCs with Hyper-V enabled. Sigh.
    --Ed--
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  2.    5 Days Ago #12

    EdTittel said: View Post
    Agreed (with @cereberus): I've seen the bandwidth bug on all of my 1803 PCs with Hyper-V enabled. Sigh.
    --Ed--
    MS conveniently claim it is outdated internet drivers. I updated my drivers dnd it was even worse as hyper-v would not connect. I rolled back drivers!
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       4 Days Ago #13

    Anyway geeks, default switch works and eliminates this bug.
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  4.    4 Days Ago #14

    Kari said: View Post
    Anyway geeks, default switch works and eliminates this bug.
    Which goes full circle to my original question why my vm does not connect using the default network - it complains that there is no valid IP address.
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       4 Days Ago #15

    cereberus said: View Post
    Which goes full circle to my original question why my vm does not connect using the default network - it complains that there is no valid IP address.
    Did you try the static IP?
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  6.    4 Days Ago #16

    Kari said: View Post
    Did you try the static IP?
    Yeah - still failed. In the end, I went back to an earlier build and upgraded again.
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  7.    4 Days Ago #17

    Hi folks

    I'm mystified by this as well

    On VMWare using Bridged (not NAT) networking --that's the equivalent in HYPER-V of using an external switch I'm getting around 115 MB/s (not Mb/s note) over wifi file transfer on Lan between a HYPER-V VM and a separate Windows machine (i.e not the one the VM is hosted on) so there's got to be something with the networking stuff.

    Host machine running HYPER-V is a decent machine so it's not lack of hardware resources.

    I'm going to test ESXi -- this is another Type 1 Hypervisor -- see if same problem arises with network -- note for ESXi for Home users you'll need a separate machine to configure and access the VM's as the console product which can run on the hosting machine is a commercial (i.e paid) product. If you've got a spare laptop / other machine then no probs with VM creation and accessing them. Big problem for some -- if the network card is incompatible then the whole Esxi process fails -- bog standard Ethernet works -- wifi is questionable but USB-->Lan might work depending on your machines BIOS.

    Cheers
    jimbo
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