I'm using Hyper-v on a Windows 8.1 laptop. I sometimes use it on Wi-Fi and sometimes on a wired network. When I create an external virtual switch for my guest OS to use, I'm forced to select either the Wi-Fi device or the Ethernet device. I'd like to have the virtual switch automatically route network traffic to whichever network device is connected.
I know that VMWare Workstation does this. Is there any way to get this feature in Hyper-V?
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