Hyper-V Host cannot get out to internet

I have a Hyper-V Host running Server 2012R2 with NIC teaming set up for its guests.

The host is unable to get out to the internet and is not pingable by anything on the network but the guests.

When accessing the server through iLO, the server shows online and its not throwing any issues.

Checked the default gateway and the host is in the ARP table.

I have not tried rebooting yet, since it is hosting critical servers.

Please advise, thank you!
Horvath805Asked:
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Philip ElderTechnical Architect - HA/Compute/StorageCommented:
What kind of virtual switch was set up in the host for that team?

The vSwitch should be EXTERNAL and make sure "share with host OS" is enabled. Then bind an IP to TCP/IPv4 for the Multiplex driver associated with the team.
Horvath805Author Commented:
It is set up as an external switch and it has been working up until today.
Philip ElderTechnical Architect - HA/Compute/StorageCommented:
Is the "share with host OS" option checked in the virtual switch's properties?
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JeffMatthiasCommented:
Are the DNS servers accessible?  How do you know you have an internet outage?  Can you ping IP's but can't resolve?

I would look at your DNS settings and ensure it has a path to the internet.
Horvath805Author Commented:
Unable to ping 8.8.8.8 or the default gateway on the LAN. The default gateway is properly set on the NIC team IPv4 config and the guests are able to get out to the internet.

The issue is not related to DNS.
Philip ElderTechnical Architect - HA/Compute/StorageCommented:
Please post the results of the following:
Get-NetAdapter
Get-NetLbfoTeam
IPConfig /all
Horvath805Author Commented:
After hours reboot resolved the problem.

Thank you.

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Horvath805Author Commented:
Resolved problem by myself by rebooting the server.
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