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cassioac

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Hi, I have been trying this for 2 days now...

I have a Windows 2008R2 server running Kerio Control with 2 NICs, one is connected to the WAN and the other to the LAN. Also I have in this server an Hyper-V Windows XP sharing externally the LAN NIC.

Whatever I try I cannot communicate the 2008 LAN IP with the VM LAN IP (no ping), neither the VM can access the internet.

Other machines on the LAN network can communicate with the XP VM and with the 2008R2 IP's tough.

Also I can't route any traffic from the WAN interface to the XP VM LAN interface.

Can anybody help me in what am I doing wrong? I'm almost giving up on this product.

Thanks

Cassio

[Updated on: Thu, 21 April 2011 16:46]

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Hi Cassioac,

I think you have a misconfiguration on your HyperV: Hyper-V implements three types of virtual networks: external, private and internal. An external virtual network gives virtual machines direct access to a physical network adapters on the physical computer. In effect, the virtual network shares the physical network adapter with the parent operating system (the Windows Server 2008 originally installed on the computer). A private network is used to connect two or more virtual machines running on the same physical computer to one another. An internal network is just like a private network, except it includes the parent operating system as well.

Please advice which configuration method you used!
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