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Apr 13 2006 07:55PM
bendaouduk yahoo co uk
I use VMware workstation 5.5, and I use ADSL to connect to the internet. I have an IP address on my host machine which is assigned by my ISP.
I have created a virtual machine for honeywall which has two bridged network adapter and when host only, and two other virtual machines: windows and linux respectevely (I followed the instructions as given by the pakistani alliance).
My problem is that I cannot connect from my guest machines to the internet.
Could any one who is familliar with VMware to guide me on how to set it to allow guest machines to access the internet, and do I need to disable DHCP and NAT that are already built in or not.
I used static IP adresses for my guest machines which are different from the IP range given by my ISP, but I guess they get through the bridged network which uses VMnet0 (my Ethernet card).
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Re: VMware setting
Apr 14 2006 02:59PM
Alice Bryson (abryson bytefocus com)
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