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VMware Workstation – No Experience Necessary by Sander Van Vugt

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Configuring virtual networks

To configure networking in VMware Workstation, you'll use the Virtual Network Editor. You can find this tool in the Edit menu of VMware Workstation (see the following screenshot). By default, it shows the three networks that are created at all times: a bridged network with the name vmnet0, a host-only network on vmnet1, and a NAT network on vmnet8. For each of the network types you can set some specific properties.

Configuring virtual networks

Specifying Virtual Network Properties

Setting bridged network properties

When using bridged network, you'll need to specify what network interface you want to bridge the virtual machines to. This is in particular ...

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