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No netwrok connectivity with Redhatlinux install in Hyper-V

Posted on 2014-04-08
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Hi all,
I have just P2v one RHEL and migrated the vm to hyper-v.

I also have installed Integration services 3.5 and the installation seems working well.

But I have a proble with the netwrok connection,although the network have been configured, but ping still showing destination unrecahble.

I use network legacy while creating a virtual machine for this VM as per screenshot


I wonder if I missed any step with RHEL in Hyper-V

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Schuyler Dorsey earned 500 total points
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Are your other VMs on the same v-switch?

Did you put the same IP on your Linux box that it had when it was physical? Did you try clearing the arp cache on your core switch?
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Yes,
It was the same IP which I put when it was physical, I did not change this IP at all. but  other VM all has same IP subnet and conected to same gateway.

I'm not sure how I can run arp cache on core switch.
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