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VMware Workstation: Components of the Virtual Network

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Workstation provides the bridged, network address translation (NAT), host‐only networking, and custom networking options to configure a virtual machine for virtual networking.

Virtual Switch

Like a physical switch, a virtual switch lets you connect other networking components together. Virtual switches are created as needed by Workstation, up to a total of 10 virtual switches on Windows and 255 on Linux. You can connect one or more virtual machines to a switch. By default, a few of the virtual switches are mapped to specific networks.

Default Virtual Network Switches
Network Type     Switch Name
Bridged                   VMnet0
NAT                        VMnet8
Host‐only               VMnet1

The other available networks are named VMnet2, VMnet3, VMnet4, and so on.

DHCP Server

The dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP) server provides IP network addresses to virtual machines in configurations that are not bridged to an external network. For example, host‐only and NAT configurations use the DHCP server

Network Adapter

A virtual network adapter is set up for your virtual machine when you use any type of networking to create it with the New Virtual Machine wizard. It appears in the guest operating system as an AMD PCNET PCI adapter or as an Intel Pro/1000 MT Server Adapter. On Windows Vista and Windows 7 guests, it is an Intel Pro/1000 MT Server Adapter.

Use the virtual machine settings editor to create and configure up to 10 network adapters in each Workstation 6.0 and higher virtual machine. The limit is three adapters for Workstation 4 or 5.x virtual machines.

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Instalación de Windows Server 2008

Guía de instalación de Windows Server 2008 sobre la aplicación de virtualización VMware Workstation 7.1.1

Instalación de VMware Tools en MAX 5.0 (Ubuntu 9.04)

Con la máquina virtual encendida procede como sigue:

1. Ejecuta VM > Install VMware Tools

2. Comprueba que en /media/cdrom0 tienes un paquete .tar.gz

3. Muévete al directorio de los archivos temporales:

cd  /tmp

4. Descomprimimos el instalador:

tar  zxpf  /media/cdrom0/VMwareTools-8.1.3-203739.tar.gz

5. Ejecuta el instalador de VMware Tools:

cd  vmware-tools-distrib