Posts tagged with Networking

Nested Hyper-V Networking

February 19th, 2017 by and tagged , , , , ,

As I was trying to configure a new lab setup that takes advantage of nested Hyper-V so that I can build a lab to do Hyper-V host clustering, I ran into a problem with networking. Everything looked good on the “host1” virtual machine, but the domain controller I created for TreyResearch.net that runs as a […]

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Configuring Windows Server 2016 core as a DHCP Server with PowerShell

February 15th, 2017 by and tagged , , , , ,

As I mentioned last time, I’m setting up a new domain controller and DHCP server for my internal domain on Windows Server 2016 Core, and I’m exclusively using PowerShell to do it. For both the DHCP Server and AD DS roles, we need to configure a fixed IP address on the server, so let’s do […]

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Getting the IP addresses of running VMs

April 23rd, 2014 by and tagged , ,

  Ben Armstrong posted a great little tip on his blog the other day. He has a little one-line PowerShell command that gives you a listing of all the running VMs on a host, and the IP addresses being used by each of them. Get-VM | ?{$_.State -eq “Running”}   Get-VMNetworkAdapter | Select VMName, IPAddresses […]

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