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Vmware Server lab and Freesco 0.3.8

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We've created a 2 subnet lab on a Win2008 host using Vmware Server 2 and Freesco 0.3.8 .   Our problem is that everything works fine for a while i.e can ping all servers in both subnets from all boxes,  but then after a while i can't ping anything.  if i reboot the Freesco it will fix it, though not everyt time.  We then need to reboot all VMs.  Any idea what would cause this?

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It seems like your Freesco VM is dropping the config. Try rebuilding your Freesco router and test again

Are you using the VM or Floppy image of Freesco or did you build it yourself?

I've uploaded these images for you to use

Freesco Floppy Image: http://www.filedropper.com/virtualrouter

Freesco (0.3.8) VM: http://www.filedropper.com/freesco038
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