I would like to know how to do a network setting on VMWare Workstation.
■Windows 10 Pro (64bit)
■VMWare Workstation 15 Pro (Ver 15.5.1)
■Added 2 NIC cards on the PC (ST1000SPEX2L)
■Installed "Realtek - Ethernet Diagnostic Utility"
■Two Linux Virtual machines are on VMWARE Workstation
Here are what I would like to do:
*Please refer to the attachment file.
1) Each Linux machine needs to connect with "Specialized Monitor"s using PC NIC 2 or 3.
2) There two monitors need to connect to "Central Server" through internet access using PC NIC1 in order to download "program".l
3) There is a network setting of the Linux machine: two Ethernet Network Card （for global and private address）
I am not sure how to do the setting:
1) "Network adapter" setting on Virtual machine.
Should I config using Bridge with physical network connectivity. Is so, which of the "VMnet" number should I use?
How about another virtual machine setting? what is the difference? what is "VMnet" number?
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