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want two physical ehternet card available in vmware

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Hi Dear,

I need to access two of my machine's physical interfaces which have two different networks IP connected available in my VMWARE machine available as bridged. like

on my machine I am using one private IP and on other card using Public IP. I need same scenerio on my virtual machine. Is it possible. If yes then how? I am using VMWARE 6.5 and install Centos Linux machine on my VMWARE.

Please help me.

Regards,
Khalid Majeed
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Dear,

Yes.

You could follow this tutorial for have help to setup the network :

http://www.jedi.be/blog/2009/03/10/basic-vmware-server-20-install-on-centos-52/


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Yes you can.
In your VMWare Workstation Network configuration, bridge/bond one Vnet to one physical NIC and another VNet to other NIC.
You then configure your VM with two vNics with each one a member of one vnet that you configured above.
 
 
 
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