A software update for HyperX Networking’s HyperX Software Definition has been released.
The software update has been rolled out to all existing HyperX network clients on the network and has the added benefit of not having to update the client-server software itself.
Previously, the client had to update each server in the HyperX stack to get the update working.
This meant that HyperX clients would not receive the latest version of the network software.
The HyperX team have released the update to fix the issue.
This latest update includes a number of changes and improvements.
For instance, the new HyperX software definition makes it easier to configure networking configuration, so clients don’t need to update their own code to make use of it.
Also, a number more networking options have been added to the Hyperx Networking Management Console.
These include:Using a server as a virtual network switchThis can help clients and servers to configure their network using the same network interface as their physical network, or to enable network-only functionality on one interface or the other.
The client-side HyperX client software can now configure the default network interface and allow the client to connect to a network on the default interface.
In addition, HyperX has also introduced a new DHCP server feature which allows clients to use a DHCP server to resolve a static IP address on their network.
These features have been introduced to improve the client’s security and performance.
There is a new hyper-v guest driver in HyperX for virtual machines, which allows them to create virtual machines which can be managed using Hyper-V.
HyperX has recently released a new update for its hyper-x-client software which includes a new Hyper-X Network Management Console (HCM) and a new version of its hyperx-server.
This update can be downloaded here:The release notes for this update are available here.