How to Copy files to VMWare Servers on VLAN

Posted on 2011-10-24
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
Hey guys,
Just wondering what is the easiest way to transfer files to a virtual VMWARE server from another IP Range.
My client system settings are:
10.10.1.x range.

I want to transfer to test lab:
192.168.100.x range.
I have Infrastructure client  to on my system and can get to the test lab fine,
I can not UNC or RDP because it is on a VLAN which is not routed.

WHat would be the easiest way to transfer from the 10.10.1.x range to test 192.168.100.x range?
Question by:x-pande-r
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    Accepted Solution

    have a virtual router/firewall that sits on both VLANS that can route traffic between the two.

    or, download the files to your local PC, burn them as an ISO image and mount the ISO into your test VM using the VMware Console.
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    by:Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE)
    floppy, cdrom iso or internet
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    Had a mind blanks, cheers.

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