I am unable to connect the Ubuntu guest (both 12.10 and 12.04) to the internet via hyper-V.
Here is what I have done so far (with much thanks due to @Kronos's blog post on the topic):
- Created a switch in the switch manager with connection set to external, selected my wifi card (Intel Centrino Ultimate-N 6300 AGN). If it matters, the Microsoft Filtering Platform is checked under extensions.
- Added this switch to my Ubuntu guest.
- I also tried a different wireless card (Aethros 9285) and had the same issue.
- Connecting through my wired card works just fine (assuming that I select that card, and I am wired in of course).
- Making it a legacy network adapter does not fix the issue.
Ubuntu can see this connection, but is unable to connect to it. What follows is what I attempted to do to get Ubuntu to connect:
- Start and restart the network manager
- Restart the machine
- Verify that it could in fact see the adapter (resulted in device not ready a few times)
How can I get this to work properly?
Update: It works when connected to another wireless network (just not my university one). Additionally, Ubuntu still seems to be connected to the network even when I switched locations, though everything returns a "Destination Host Unreachable" from 10.0.44.159 (I assume that that is my host, as the guest can ping it just fine, but my host cannot). Why should the wireless network that it is on matter?