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Hello,

I have a server in the enterprise with Windows 2008 server installed, and within that server have installed the VMWARE with 4 virtual machines which are:

1 - Windows XP - (WEB Computer Application)
2 - UBUNTU - (Computer with Squirrel - E-mail Server)
3 - Windows Seven (Computer with AnalogX proxy server)

I know that might not be the best options and server configurations but would not attentive to this detail.

My question is I have 8 and dedicated internet ip ip enable these valid need for the 3 servers for web applications to visualize in my application server, I need to read and receive email on the mail server, users must navigate to the network internet Analogx doing with the proxy.

My doubt is my server has 2 network cards, configuring the server for each valid Ip?
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Use Bridged Mode for the VM, with NAT forward rules configured on your Internet Firewall or Router to the VMs. To configure Public IP Address ---> Internal IP Addresses with open ports.
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ok my question is this you asked me to put vmware on "bridge" put ok, then asks to configure the NAT rules where I set it on VMWARE? Firewall or Windows 2008 that is VMWARE?
How to do it -> Internal IP Addresses with open ports

follows a picture of my server topology, the black boxes are virtual machines within the server and its configuration
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its nothing todo with VMware once the VMs are in bridged mode, this configuration happens on your router.
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My houter is HuaWei model: AR 29-01 - How to configure it?
My router: http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcS-tN8JTkGgXti-48RjMjXh3HApi3T4irROw9vq6zRIea7GcoxjenHmbgwK

But I do not understand ... In each virtual machine I leave the company's internal ip right, all machines accessing the machines virtual consoles, where I put the ips valid? the same router? How do I setup this?
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yes, you use the same IP Address range for your VMs as production network.

I'll have to check the manual, not familiar with the HuaWei model: AR 29-01
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thanks
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