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Flux Azreal

hyper-v port forwarding?

You mean you want to port forward an hyper-v VM :P

 

Well, maybe first bridge the connection with your curren LAN segment, the you just port forward it from your router/firewall like any other normal device

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hyper-v is for virtualization... port forwarding is done with networking equipment (virtual and physical )


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You mean you want to port forward an hyper-v VM :P

 

Well, maybe first bridge the connection with your curren LAN segment, the you just port forward it from your router/firewall like any other normal device

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3 hours ago, unijab said:

hyper-v is for virtualization... port forwarding is done with networking equipment (virtual and physical )

If there's a Nat layer between your physical and virtual environment you'd also have to do this, although would generally be poor practice outside one or two corner cases


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