troubleshooting Question

Networking Connection Sharing on Virtual Server

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Windows Server 2003Microsoft Legacy OSMicrosoft Server OS
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I'm using Virtual Server 2003 on a win2003 server as host.
The host has a static IP assigned to it.   (No DHCP on the network right now).  One physical network card.

One guest (win2k) has a static IP assigned to it also.   It connects to to the outside world just fine using the hosts network card.   The 2nd adapter is for virtual network.

I have a 2nd win2k guest.   It has a virtual network adapter.   It can see the first guest just fine.  

What's the best way to get the 2nd win2k guest to connect to the outside world?

-I have no more static IP's to give out.
-The host only has one network adapter.

Thanks for the help.

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