Optimizing and Troubleshooting Hyper-V Networking

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This scenario-focused title provides concise technical guidance and insights for troubleshooting and optimizing networking with Hyper-V. Written by experienced virtualization professionals, this little book packs a lot of value into a few pages, offering a lean read with lots of real-world insights and best practices for Hyper-V networking optimization in Windows Server 2012.

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Overview

This scenario-focused title provides concise technical guidance and insights for troubleshooting and optimizing networking with Hyper-V. Written by experienced virtualization professionals, this little book packs a lot of value into a few pages, offering a lean read with lots of real-world insights and best practices for Hyper-V networking optimization in Windows Server 2012.

  • Focused guide extends your knowledge and capabilities with Hyper-V networking in Windows Server 2012
  • Shares hands-on insights from a team of Microsoft virtualization experts
  • Provides pragmatic troubleshooting and optimization guidance from the field

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780735679009
  • Publisher: Microsoft Press
  • Publication date: 8/1/2013
  • Pages: 134
  • Sales rank: 697,232
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 8.80 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

The author team includes Mitch Tulloch, series editor, and various individuals at Microsoft including Support Escalation Engineers, Premier Field Engineers, and experts from Microsoft Consulting Services.

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Table of Contents

Introduction;
About the contributors;
About the companion content;
Acknowledgments;
Errata & book support;
We want to hear from you;
Stay in touch;
Chapter 1: Hyper-V networking tips;
1.1 Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V networking;
1.2 Additional resources;
Chapter 2: Monitoring network performance;
2.1 Using Performance Monitor;
2.2 Network performance counters;
2.3 Example: Exhausted bandwidth;
2.4 Additional resources;
Chapter 3: Virtual switch;
3.1 Reducing network downtime with rich diagnostics in Hyper-V virtual switch;
3.2 Additional resources;
Chapter 4: Port mirroring;
4.1 Port mirroring example;
4.2 Additional resources;
Chapter 5: MAC addresses;
5.1 Hyper-V and MAC addresses;
5.2 Additional resources;
Chapter 6: Single Root I/O Virtualization;
6.1 SR-IOV Overview;
6.2 Additional resources;
Chapter 7: N_Port ID Virtualization;
7.1 Synthetic FC and NPIV;
7.2 Additional resources;
Chapter 8: Failover cluster networking;
8.1 Considerations when configuring your cluster network;
8.2 Optimizing cluster health monitoring for transient cluster network failures;
8.3 Which networks are used for CSV redirected traffic?;
8.4 Additional resources;
Chapter 9: SMB Multichannel and CSV;
9.1 Windows Server 2012 SMB Multichannel and CSV Redirected traffic caveats;
9.2 Additional resources;
Chapter 10: Multitenant networking: Single cluster;
10.1 Scenario overview;
10.2 Additional resources;
Chapter 11: Multitenant networking: IaaS environment;
11.1 Guidance on Hyper-V networking for a multitenant IaaS environment;
11.2 Additional resources;
Chapter 12: Virtual Machine Queue;
12.1 Example: Running out of virtual machine queues;
12.2 Additional resources;
Chapter 13: Hyper-V Replica;
13.1 Hyper-V Replica configuration troubleshooting;
13.2 Additional troubleshooting steps;
13.3 Additional resources;
Chapter 14: Network Virtualization;
14.1 Troubleshooting why two virtual machines on the same virtual machine network but different hosts can’t communicate;
14.2 Tracing the VMM Network Virtualization components;
14.3 Additional resources;
Chapter 15: Automating network settings for hosts;
15.1 Automating the setup of a large number of Hyper-V hosts;
15.2 Additional resources;
Chapter 16: Client Hyper-V;
16.1 Wireless networking and network bridge;
16.2 Additional resources;

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