How to use Wireless networking with Hyper-V

Windows 10: How to use Wireless Networking with Hyper-V
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Virtual Network Switch

The first step is to create a new Internal virtual network switch, using either Virtual Switch Manager or Windows PowerShell.

Virtual Switch Manager

The following instructions can be used to create a Hyper-V virtual network switch using Virtual Switch Manager.

  1. Start the Hyper-V Manager console.
    Hyper-V Manager... Virtual Switch Manager

    Hyper-V Manager… Virtual Switch Manager

  2. From the list of available Hyper-V servers on the left, right-click your computer, and select Virtual Switch Manager from the context menu. The Virtual Switch Manager window will be displayed.
    New virtual network switch: Internal

    New virtual network switch: Internal

  3. Perform the following actions:
    1. On the left under Virtual Switches, select New virtual network switch.
    2. On the right under What type of virtual switch do you want to create, select Internal.
    3. Click Create Virtual Switch.

    The Virtual Switch Properties will be displayed.

    Virtual Switch Properties

    Virtual Switch Properties

  4. Type an appropriate name for the virtual switch in the Name field, and then click OK. The Applying changes window will be displayed, during which time your networking may become momentarily disrupted.
    Applying changes

    Applying changes

    Once the new virtual network switch has been configured, the Virtual Switch Manager window will close, and you will be returned to the Hyper-V Manager console.

Windows PowerShell

This section on Windows PowerShell is intended for advanced users. Do not use any of these commands unless you are confident that you understand what they are for.

The following instructions can be used to manage Hyper-V virtual switches using Windows PowerShell.

  1. Start a Windows PowerShell console with elevated privileges (Run as administrator).
    Windows PowerShell
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  2. Import the Hyper-V PowerShell module using the following command.
    > Import-Module Hyper-V
    New Virtual Switch
    To add a new virtual network switch, use the following command.

    > New-VMSwitch -Name "<vmswitch>" -SwitchName Internal

    Replace <vmswitch> with the name of your new virtual network switch. The command will produce output similar to the following.

    Name SwitchType NetAdapterInterfaceDescription
    ---- ---------- ------------------------------
    Wi-Fi Internal

    The new virtual network switch has been created successfully.

    List Virtual Switches

    To list all the available virtual network switches, use the following command.

    > Get-VMSwitch

    The command will produce output similar to the following.

    Name  SwitchType NetAdapterInterfaceDescription
    ----  ---------- ------------------------------
    LAN   External   Intel(R) 82579LM Gigabit Network Connection
    Wi-Fi Internal
    Remove Virtual Switch
    To remove a particular virtual network switch, use the following command.

    > Remove-VMSwitch -Name "<vmswitch>"

    Replace <vmswitch> with the name of the virtual network switch.


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