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  • Started 8 years ago by kharibab
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I have Vmware installed on my system and I have created 8 Vmware instances. All Suse linux and the network connection type is bridged networking.

Then problem I am facing, everytime I reboot the physical host or the VMWare instance the ip adress changes.

My requirement is to have a static ip for all the VMware instances and NAT all the ips to the physical host public ip.

Any suggestion?

Posted 8 years ago
Posts: 313

What version of VMware are you using?

Posted 8 years ago

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