recently I installed a centos 7 VM on Fusion 7 with two NICs. Both interfaces get an IP address from the same DHCP lan, configured in the Fusion installation files under /Library/....
My question: How can I use two different LANs, one for each interface?
The purpose is, that I want to install a small (three to four/five machine) test lan. Interface/LAN A should be connected to the NATed interface of my Mac, the second LAN B should/could be just visible between the servers.
Anny suggestion? Or hint
Thanks and best regards . Götz Reinicke
Hi, I searched som more and saw in my Fuison Pro the option to add "Userdefined" Networks. I added two more and configured IP ranges etc.on the VM side I have the IPs and some things look god, some don't. But that is in a new discussion. (Cant Access the VM form the Host.)
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But that is in a new discussion. (Cant Access the VM form the Host.)
You should check 'Connect to the host Mac to this network' when you add your custom network.