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VM Workstation / IP ?

I am using VB Workstation with windows 7.
Is there away that I can change my IP in VM?
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Nagendra Pratap Singh

8/22/2022 - Mon
Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert PRO / EE Fellow/British Beekeeper)

are you using bridged or nat?

yes, you can change to any static IP address, or if using DHCP add a reservation for a specific IP Address.
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Nagendra Pratap Singh

What is inside vm? Windows again?

And yes, you can change any IP.
pamkiki

Are you in LAN and you want to have the same subnet as the host?
Then you should go to virtual machine settings, and under the Network adapter, you choose bridged.
Hope this will help.

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Nagendra Pratap Singh

What is your goal?

You want to isolate this from the host machine?
You want to use internet in the VM?

YOu want to transfer files to and from VM to Host?
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Wanted to have my pc be a different ip to the outside world.

yes, using windows xp in the vb and the host pc on which vm sits is windows 7.
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BTW is it VB (virtualbox) or VMware workstation?

The procedures are slightly different.
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