With static IP on Hyper V ping from Host fails
I have configured a VM on Hyprev. With DHCP the ping works fine but when ever i tried to set it to static IP ping from host to Vm always returns time out .I am using Externalswitch for sharing the connection .Below the snapshot of Externalswitch.
Any help on this will be helpful.
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