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I have a VMK0 and a VMK1 on separate physical adapters vmnic0 and vmnic1 respectively.  VMK0 is 10.0.4.X and VMK1 is 192.168.10.X.  What do I need to do to get the class C to talk to the class A address?  

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could you upload the screen shot again?
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Okay, thanks for that.

So you want VMs to be able to route traffic between the networks 10.0.4.X and 192.168.10.X. ?

You would need to use a router, phsyical or you can set a VM as a router.

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if you requrie a router, here are some virtual options

Virtual Routers Include

1. Freesco Router on a Floppy
http://www.freesco.org/

2. m0n0wall
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3. Vyatta
http://www.vyatta.com/
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Both of these networks are on their own respective VLAN within the same switch/router.  From within the router I can ping each network.  My pc is on 10.0.4.x network and I ping 192.168.10.x by putting a static route on my machine.  However, from 192.168.4.100 I cannot ping the 10.0.4.x network even with a static route.  Not sure what I'm missing here.
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 500 total points
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Routing is missing.

What is doing the routing on your network?

Some switches can provide routing from one VLAN to the other.
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that was it - I set the static route to hop to the vlan interface IP and that got me over to the other network.  Thanks so much hanccocka for your help.  
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