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Hi, Hoping somebody can help with this issue and have a solution.
I have a server located in a DC which is running hyper-v server. I have been give some IP's to use on the virtual servers which are on a /32. These IP's have been pushed to the NIC on the hyperv host. How do i get these to work on the virtual machines.
I have been trying many different things but i just can't seem to get it work.
Hoping somebody can offer some advice or point me in the right direction
You just need to configure them within the VM the same way you would do it on the main server.
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tried this and the don't work. They are saying that i need to use a 255.255.255.255 mask.
There is no default gateway provided.
I have been allocated 4 IP's and every single one is a /32
Why didn't they give you a /30 or /29? Seems kind of silly to give 4 /32s.
if it is Windows VM, try to use the same gateway as the host server
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Smells like OVH. If it is, I'd suggest googling for their documentation on it. Make sure you're using the right MAC for the guest in the OVH Manager.
Try to use each VM's IP address as the gateway. I have it in the same way.
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