Cannot connect to network in Hyper-V when using default network

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  1.    15 Sep 2018 #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.    15 Sep 2018 #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    MS conveniently claim it is outdated internet drivers.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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       15 Sep 2018 #13

    Anyway geeks, default switch works and eliminates this bug.
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  4.    15 Sep 2018 #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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       15 Sep 2018 #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.    15 Sep 2018 #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.    16 Sep 2018 #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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  8.    25 Sep 2018 #18

    Kari said: View Post
    Instead of using RDP to connect to virtual machines which are using Default switch on remote host, I just add that host to my Hyper-V Manager on primary host.

    Click Hyper-V Manager on left pane:

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    On Actions pane, select Connect to Server:

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    Enter remote Hyper-V host name:

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    If that remote host does not have exactly the same admin user credentials than your primary host, select Connect as another user entering the credentials to remote host:

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    That's it.

    Note   Note
    To connect to remote Hyper-V host, both your primary host and remote host must have WinRM service running and Trusted Hosts list on both hosts must contain both computers.

    Prerequisites are exactly the same than in using Windows Admin Center to connect to remote computers. See Part One in this tutorial to set both computers up correctly: Windows Admin Center - Centrally manage all your Windows 10 PCs | Windows 10 Tutorials

    Step 3.9 in above mentioned tutorial will show some troubleshooting tips if you cannot add remote hosts in Hyper-V Manager.

    This way, you can connect to any VM on remote host, with normal or enhanced mode. This basically makes RDP unnecessary.

    Kari
    I understand this, but I really want to rdp to the version behind the NAT using my mobile phone or android tablet which I do quite often. Any idea?
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  9. Posts : 532
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       26 Sep 2018 #19

    Hi cerberus,

    i'm not familiar enough with hyper-v to give you a step by step solution but hopefully I can give you a hint to resolve the issue.
    Using NAT you basically are using a subnetwork inside your host machine, not visible in you LAN; usually if you need to expose VM services to the LAN (i.e. RDP service) you have to set up port forwarding (i.e. host 3388 port -> VM port 3389) from the Host to the VM.

    HTH.
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  10. Posts : 1
    Win10, Linux, Android
       03 Oct 2018 #20
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