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    Hyper-V console dropping when using a VM

    Hi,

    I get the following when i try to use all VM's on our hyper v server. Does anyone have any ideas?

    I have done the following:
    Bios Update
    All Driver updates
    Windows updates
    Re-create the virtual machine
    Remove all AV
    Disable firewall

    The network connection is fine and working perfect.

    The host and virtual machine is Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise. Its on a Dell Poweredge 2950 using 16GB Ram.

    Any ideas please?

    Thanks

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    I take it you have a single link to the network on the physical?
    does a ping -t show any dropouts when it happens?
    Can you ever connect?

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    The network is perfect. Each VM and the host has its own nic and it works fine

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    Its more I have heard about issues with the physicals having 2 nics plugged in more then anything and random packets could be lost (thus the ping test)
    Does the console work at all?

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    I think ZeroHour is correct. I've had similar problems with VS2005R2 with multiple NIC's. Is the console connecting to the server via IP address or domain name? If it's the domain name, have you tried using the IP, if so do you get the same problem?

    Are the additional cards registering their IP with DNS (they shouldn't be) and when you look under the cards properties is Windows Networking listed (again shouldn't be)? The additional cards should be issolated so only the connected VM's traffic goes accross them.

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    Sound a bit similar to this problem, but probably unrelated.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghGob5G6ruU"]YouTube- Hyper-V Remote Console Disconnects During Live Migration[/ame]

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    Weird, not touched a thing since yesterday and this morning it works perfect

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