I have installed VMware 2.0 on a host and have setup a Windows 2003 machine on it. On my SonicWALL I have setup a one-to-one NAT but it is not working. When I delete the NAT it works fine, going through the default gateway.
So for some reason the one-to-one NAT does not work from the VMware NIC to the SonicWALL. The NIC is currently set to bridged mode and works fine unless I NAT it. Anyone have any idea how I can get the NAT working?
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