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Connecting A Virtual System To A Virtual System On A LAN

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Re: Connecting A Virtual System To A Virtual System On A LAN
« Reply #2 on: January 03, 2024, 03:36:37 PM »
 

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Thought I'd post a followup on this since it's had a lot of hits, and since Windows updates seems to enjoy wiping out hyper-v external virtual switches these days. If you have an extra Linux machine you can avoid this MS nuisance. With all the things I connect on WIFI I got sick of having to delete and reconfigure the switches in Windows. I now use the method in the link below:

https://dbts-analytics.com/extsw10.html
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Connecting A Virtual System To A Virtual System On A LAN
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Though unusual some users may be interested in VNC and RDP connections between two virtual systems over a LAN. Here I describe a few ways to do this in either direction with hyper-v and gnome-boxes (qemu/spice).
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