Hyper-V networking interface
hvn* at hyperv?
hvn driver provides support for a
Network Virtual Service Client (NetVSC), a virtual networking interface that
relays device requests to the Virtual Service Provider (VSP) in the
management operating system via the VMBus.
NetVSC emulates an RNDIS 1.0 compliant device on top of a custom NVS protocol operating over the VMBus channel ring.
Individual networking interfaces can be renamed by
Rename-VMNetworkAdapter PowerShell command
in the management domain. In order to enable sending and receiving of IEEE
802.1q (VLAN) frames, the virtual port needs to be put into
Trunk mode with the
autoconf(4), hyperv(4), intro(4)
hvn driver first appeared in
hvn driver was written by
based on the FreeBSD driver by the Microsoft BSD
Integration Services Team