3.6 Virtual Machine, Network, Hard Disk Creation Part 6
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I'm gonna give you a quick question. So you would come up to the first end of this section.
Let's see if anyone wants to jump in on this one. So what layer of the O. S I model does hyper V virtual switches operate on?
If any more members back to one of the first slides that I threw out, I'll give it a few seconds in the meantime, So Daniel said
a hyper V is a native operating system itself, or is it software running in another operating system? So, Tom yes, stated it can be stand alone in store. It's actually built into Windows 10. It's also in Windows 8.1 as well, Daniel. So you can use it there as well.
Plenty of people jumping in. So yes, Tom. Eddie is Leia to off the other side Model on J. S has even named this the datalink. Level
It's late too.
Datalink level. Absolutely
yeah, absolutely. The datalink level.
Uh, it's, uh
remember the please do not throw away sausage. Please do not throw sausage pizza away. I almost got it wrong, man.
So it's the It's the datalink level that it works on.
Okay? Don't worry, Eric. It's fine. This is what you got these videos for. No problem. It's all. All right, question two. Let's give this one a go.
So which virtual network allows the host operating system to communicate with the virtual machines? So think about the host OS
Andi. Think about the virtual machines. I want to be able to sit at my computer, and I want to be able to send some information directly over to the virtual machines. Which of the virtual switches the virtual networks do I need
in order to be able to do that?
Does anyone want to give that guy?
And yes, felt for the last question layer to is Mac and not through. Put on the virtual networks on hyper V used Mac addressing. That's why they work in the datalink level.
All right, giant, we got people. We got people
visit. Okay, all right, we've got a few now, So Drash says, Internal son Deep says external
ardor. Neil says physical physical is not one of the virtual networks that's available.
Um, but basically the bottom line on that one, it's internal
internal network. So joyous you're correct buddy. Good job.
Uh, so does anyone. Bonus question. How does it work?
How does that internal network work
if anyone can get it?
I won't leave this one up for too long because it is just a quick bonus question.
All right, But you can You can check it out yourself. The host operating system has a virtual adapter on the virtual switch.
So it means that they are that the host management operating system is actually got its own little virtual adapter that's being created in the software to talk to that virtual switch. That's how it works effectively.
Um, okay, right. So question three. Final question for this one. Let's give this one a go.
Name the main benefit on the main drawback
off a synthetic
The main benefit on DDE
or on the main drawback, if you can,
you get you get two points if you get both. Just one.
If you get one of the other side
two points available for anyone the main benefit of a synthetic on the main drawback of the synthetic. I did make it
very clear there was two very big benefits and drawbacks
on each Each one
I don't want to give a guess
right? Yes, absolutely. The benefit is speed.
And are the nails coming? Benefit Speak. The drawback is not usable before boot
before boot of what?
Yeah, okay, before the operating system kicks in. But, yes, the benefit is that it is faster and less resource intensive. The drawback is it can't use Pixie.
Yes, Absolutely. You guys are on the ball today. I love it. Absolutely. Love it.
This is taking you three episodes. Really connect with me guys. I mean, come on. Where were you all of the 1st 2?
Because I'm new. It's probably because of you. He's fine.
All right, cool. So those are the first
three questions that we've had so far? We're gonna go very quickly over what we've discussed. So we had to look at the virtual networking within hyper V to kind of get a grip on it and understand it.
We've gone through a knowledge of external, internal and private networks. We've understood synthetic and emulated network adapters on. What we're gonna do now is we're gonna move on to the next section.
I say it's OK. Fillets. Everyone starts for the first time. It's not a problem. I'm just joking around this fine body