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Old 14-07-2011
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Cannot connect Hyper-v Server 2008 R2 to External Network

After installing the Service pack 1 in Hyper-V Server 2008 R2, presently it hasn't been the similar. For this issue the Hyper-V and Network technicians were not capable to aid me whatever. The merely approach I was really competent to misuse 3 hours on the telephone with them was to speak that I have establish a bug within Hyper-V. They just couldn't understand how my VM's were not linking toward the internet. I have also used Windows XP Pro as well as Windows 7 Pro, neither one can attain the internet while correctly configured with an outside virtual network. I own a HP ProLiant DL180 G6
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Re: Cannot connect Hyper-v Server 2008 R2 to External Network

Do you have merely single NIC within your server? Using the similar NIC intended for remote management as well as an external virtual network is not suggested. I would think a trouble with the NIC driver within the host OS. Occasionally the NIC drivers as well as the Microsoft filter driver do not work well jointly. Make out if you can come across an updated edition. You might as well stop TCP offloading within the NIC driver. This can furthermore reason strange issues with a few drivers.
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Re: Cannot connect Hyper-v Server 2008 R2 to External Network

That configuration is what I would do the following:
  • Would a virtual network card that is connected to your ISP and would not connect to host.
  • Would a virtual network of the other card and if you would connect to host.
  • The virtual machine would encompass 2 ISA cards, everyone connected toward a virtual network, being the gateway toward the external gateway not internal.
  • All machines in the domain could only connection to the internal network and the host itself would, in the network card that is created with the internal virtual network, network properties had originally. All machines must have as gateway the ISA's internal IP.
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Re: Cannot connect Hyper-v Server 2008 R2 to External Network

You should set your network as a switch in hyper-v. You should check the turn os also may use the lan port. The network card in the VPS only after you see the Integration Services installed. In newer systems this happens automatically, with XP, you must manually mount the iso Integration Services. You must download it but it can be difficult if you have no network card in your VPS. I cannot go on the internet so that I can burn and mount. There are various integration services but there are Linux ender equality but do not know what to should have. Assume not Linux.
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Re: Cannot connect Hyper-v Server 2008 R2 to External Network

It seems to me that consistent with the explanation, the problem seems to be associated to networking. As we principally spotlight on top of the Hyper-V question regarding Windows Server 2008 R2 system and here is not the most excellent support resource meant for networking, it is suggest you to obtain additional support in the equivalent community with the intention that you can dig up the most competent pond of respondents. However I can simply assume what the issue may be right now and apart from it I cannot give you the proper solution.
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Re: Cannot connect Hyper-v Server 2008 R2 to External Network

Hyper-V has three types of network connections for VMs. This should usefully be defined before the creation of VMs, VMs that is otherwise available to any synthetic NICs available.
  • External: This type of network allows a VM on the LAN, the other VMs and the host access
  • Internal: This network type is only for communication between the VMs to each other and with the appropriate host. Sun-connected VMs have so no connection to production outside the LAN hosts
  • Private: This type of network allows the VMs to communicate with each other, but neither the host nor to the LAN. (For this type of network virtual NIC does not exist in the parent.)
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Re: Cannot connect Hyper-v Server 2008 R2 to External Network

I have installed Server 2008 on a physical server, the remote desktop connection works both in local and from "the Internet with a NAT rule in the router. I cannot install Hyper-V on this server that is destined for a client (simple DA) license Foundation also does not have the Hyper-V. Regarding the Hyper-V server with the problem of access RDP from the internet, I added a NIC. I Nat? the new IP, but rdp access from outside the network is impossible (firewall on or off).
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