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ZaForD

Hyper-V and Port Forwarding

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ZaForD    0

Hi Guys,

I've been playing with Hyper-V and I've got a question I'm hoping someone can answer :)

If i have 2x servers [e.g. Web and FTP] running as Virtual Machines, in an Internal Network in Hyper-V.

If I forward ports 80 and 21 to Server2008 can I have it forward/re-direct the ports to the individual servers on the Internal Network ?

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Hi Guys,

I've been playing with Hyper-V and I've got a question I'm hoping someone can answer :)

If i have 2x servers [e.g. Web and FTP] running as Virtual Machines, in an Internal Network in Hyper-V.

If I forward ports 80 and 21 to Server2008 can I have it forward/re-direct the ports to the individual servers on the Internal Network ?

You should try datapipe.exe

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Br4tt3    0
Hi Guys,

I've been playing with Hyper-V and I've got a question I'm hoping someone can answer :)

If i have 2x servers [e.g. Web and FTP] running as Virtual Machines, in an Internal Network in Hyper-V.

If I forward ports 80 and 21 to Server2008 can I have it forward/re-direct the ports to the individual servers on the Internal Network ?

Hi,

Depending on which HW u got, u should try to use VLAN tagging the packets designated for the WWW/FTP IP addresses, then place ur virtual machines running within Hyper-V on the specified VLANs.

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ZaForD    0
You should try datapipe.exe
Hi Dexter,

Can't find alot of info on this file, but i'll try it out anyway. ;)

Depending on which HW u got, u should try to use VLAN tagging the packets designated for the WWW/FTP IP addresses, then place ur virtual machines running within Hyper-V on the specified VLANs.
Hi Br4tt3,

I've found a few articles on VLAN tagging [no idots guide unfortunatley :( ]

Haven't seen alot about HW limits, do you have any more info on whether Dell onboard NIC's are OK.

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It also works well with hamachi+freeproxy :hello: I also have a DC running on top of hamachi. From freeproxy I make a tunnel between VM -> DC and from DC -> external IP : port

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