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    hello all, i have 2003 server host with public ip

    IP 89.163.145.x
    Netmask 255.255.240.0
    Gateway 89.163.144.x
    DNS-Server 89.163.251.x

    i have install vmware server 1.6 , with another 2003 server in guest

    i have another ip 89.163.145.x

    i want this ip for vmware 2003 server guest, but i cannot add, this is my problem

    i want two public ip one for host and one for guest

    any idea for this configuration?

    thanks

    JOHN

  • #2
    Re: two ip public on vmware

    If you set the VM to use a bridged network, then you should be able to set your 2nd public IP to this VM.

    When you say you cannot add the IP, did you set the VM's network settings to "Bridged" - and manually set the IP of the VM?
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    • #3
      Re: two ip public on vmware

      Originally posted by Maish View Post
      If you set the VM to use a bridged network, then you should be able to set your 2nd public IP to this VM.

      When you say you cannot add the IP, did you set the VM's network settings to "Bridged" - and manually set the IP of the VM?
      What Maish said
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      • #4
        Re: two ip public on vmware

        maish & jasonboche thank you for your posts

        i have configure the guest vmare with BRIDGED connection

        i have setup on 2003 vmware OS the nic card with my second public ip

        IP 89.163.145.x
        Netmask 255.255.240.0
        Gateway 89.163.144.x
        DNS-Server 89.163.251.x

        is not working with this configuration.

        when i choose NAT network connection , the vmware 2003 server is working but not with the second ip. is working with root ip. i dont want this. i want vmware to take second public ip , 89.163.145.x

        i dont know why... maybe i miss something? on vmware settings ?

        one person tell me to do with rooting.... dont know

        any another idea

        thanks

        John

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        • #5
          Re: two ip public on vmware

          What is a root IP?

          Based on your requirements, you wouldn't want to use NAT.

          Jas
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          • #6
            Re: two ip public on vmware

            Is this server in a public datacenter?

            If so you might have to get the datacenter to pair your second IP address with the virtual machines MAC address. Ther eare some companies that do not allow static IP's to operate on the network, if tey are not paired to a specific MAC.

            one person tell me to do with rooting.... dont know
            I think he means ROUTING
            Maish
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            • #7
              Re: two ip public on vmware

              Or maybe he meant root hints.

              Who knows what he means.
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              • #8
                Re: two ip public on vmware

                yes maish this is a datacenter ... i make the question and they tell me


                1 administrator from server tell this

                at the moment you need to use the routing mode, so your host is routing the traffic to your vm.
                We are currently working on a solution that will support different mac addresses per rootserver but we cannot say at the moment when this will be ready.


                2 administrator from server tell this

                you need to setup the ip on th host and route the ip locally to the virtual machine, you can not use a virtual ethernet device with an own mac address. I do not now if virtual pc supports this, because it is not really meant for server use, so you would have to discover this for yourself.


                wtf ?

                what can i do now? routing ? any idea?

                thanks

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                • #9
                  Re: two ip public on vmware

                  Then What I would do is use Bridged mode for your virtual machine. That means that your VM will have an internal address.

                  But expect problems accessing it from the outside though....
                  Maish
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