Hyper-V and Wireless NICs

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Hyper-V and Wireless NICs

Virtual Switch of External didn’t work for me (interrupting connection).

One workaround is to use Internal Switch + Internet Connection Sharing (ICS), as explained here Using Your Windows 8 Wireless Connection Inside Hyper-V - www.credera.com

But I’ve used another aproach:

New-VMSwitch -SwitchName "Hyper-V-Switch" -SwitchType Internal
Get-NetAdapter (to see InterfaceIndex)
New-NetIPAddress -IPAddress -PrefixLength 24 -InterfaceIndex 21
New-NetNat -Name MyNATnetwork -InternalIPInterfaceAddressPrefix

# Check it's ok
Get-NetIPAddress -InterfaceAlias "vEthernet (Hyper-V-Switch)"

VPN Finally!

SoftEther VPN Open Source

Install SoftEther VPN Server in Ubuntu 14.04 Manage SoftEther VPN server via SSH - Ijat.my

sudo apt-add-repository ppa:paskal-07/softethervpn
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade
sudo apt-get install softether-vpnserver

# Check by selecting option 3, and typing `check` after that

# Start with
vpnserver start

That was everything.


The Dynamic DNS hostname: savioko.softether.net IPv4 Address:

There are two ways of connecting your hubs to the server network: using a Local Bridge connection or using the SecureNAT function. You can use each one separately, but using these two together will cause problems. Here we use SecureNAT, which is very easy to setup and works pretty well in most situations. You could also use Local Bridge, but then you have to install and configure a DHCP Server too. SecureNAT is a combination of Virtual NAT and DHCP Server function. You can enable SecureNAT using the command below:

date 08. Mar 2017 | modified 31. Jan 2023
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