3.8 Virtual Machine, Network, and Hard Disk Creation Part 8
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I will drop this then. So the first question would have bean, What does virtual machine? If you do, I'll just live up on the screen. I think this must have just slipped through my quality assurance,
but yes. Oh, it's a hardware based packet filtering that delivers data from an outside virtual machine network directly to a virtualized host operating system. The benefit of it for bonus points, everyone gets bonus points. Yea, because Chris didn't do everything correctly on the slide.
It eliminates the dependence on driver based
traffic exchanges and improves the transfer network traffic.
Yeah, I'll give you about one is a freebie list. I made it. Show the answer before it showed the question.
good. Good production quality, Chris. Good production quality. All right, question two. This one's working. This one is actually working.
Who can tell me what s R? I o v stands for
What does s r i o v e stand for
Hi. This is, uh,
see if anyone was listening because it it was quite complex on this, so
I can understand if people's brains switched off for a little bit.
But what does s r I o V stand for See if anyone kicks in with
a few seconds.
The stream is on a slight delay. So
I am watching the chat. Anyone want to step in?
No. Yes, maybe.
it's You've missed one word, Eddie something. Come on, Iti, Don't let me down. Single you input output Virtualization? Yes, Just go. Absolutely. Bang on.
Yes, Nathan. Good job. Absolutely. Guys. Yes. So, Eddie, so close. Something something. Eddie, I'll give you half a point.
Yes, it is. Single root input output virtualization. So it just means that a physical PC I express card can be shared on a virtual environment.
That's all it means.
So yeah, that's it. Questions free. Let's have a look at this woman.
What does d h cp? God do?
What does it do?
So you kind of get an idea if you weren't, maybe if someone had just had this running in the background and maybe they were just listening. You can kind of figure out from the name, but there is something really key in this. What does the H E p guard do? Yes. It guards the H against the HCP.
Well, under what specific environment
There's a key word that I'm looking for in the answer here, guys.
And you don't want a day.
He really go. I promise we're not going to berate you. Just just gonna judge you slightly. I'm joking.
It does Just go. You're close. It diverts the road. D H e p offer.
But from what?
From servers. Which are what? J s. Your U two are so close. I can't even, uh I want it discreet, but I'm gonna do it and give you guys in a few seconds, but then I'm going to say it.
Gonna bring it up,
Okay? All right. I'm gonna bring it up. I'm gonna bring out
okay, so it drops D H cp Message. Yes, Eric? Yes, absolutely. Is prevents virtual d HCPs It drops the HDP messages from unauthorized virtual machines pretending to be D h E p servers.
It only works for unauthorized the end. It doesn't. It doesn't stop a DHD roadie. HCP from causing problems if that the h e p is a physical D h c p server.
It will only stop if it's a V m environment.
So yes, Eric. Spot on prevents virtual d HCPs that roadie. Cheapies
Does anyone want to go for the bonus?
That's all right. I won't ask you guys to answer this one as well, because that is quite unopened ended question like threw in. It just stops road the HDP service on a virtual environment.
The reason why is that many people on this has happened in the past. That's why they brought it in.
Many people would turn on a server, not realizing it was turned on a virtual machine.
Um, that would, uh,
have th e p installed. And then when it boots up and starts broadcasting, it starts to cause all kinds of problems because they didn't realize it was a virtual machine
s Oh, yeah. It stops road. The HDP service on the virtual bar.
Cool. So learning objectives that we'd covered over this one
nice and simple. One line. It's just a basic knowledge of what virtual networking capabilities were available in hyper V.
All right, So, Eric, he said, please show the off switch again.
Uh, if you remind me what? That's four, Eric. I can quickly go over that if you like. I'll give you guys
a couple of minutes, we're gonna go into the actual live demonstration of everything happening like a full demo from start to finish. We're gonna install hyper V with ain't gonna
create our virtual network. And then we're going to attach that virtual network to a new Vienna that were created.
And then you're gonna be able to see all of this happening Life
hopefully touch wood
because if it goes wrong,
So, Eric, if you if you don't tell me what you meant by the on off switch
for D h E premonitory. Okay, let me see if I can grab that very quickly.
Uh, let me see if I could jump back here. Is that too far back? I think it is.
Let me jump again.
Oh, I think OK, it's one back. Here we go. D h cp Guard! So this is what you're asking for. Eric
S O d H e p guard drops the d h e p server messages from unauthorized virtual machines pretending to be d h c p service
on. Then you would just take the box for it. So it comes under advanced features on the network adapter on Dhe. It's along the same line as rude to guard in the protected network and all those ones.
All right, so that's where you would find it if you were looking for on a virtual machine.
No worries, buddy. Okay, so
I'm gonna jump over to this one.