Hi all, I have a problem as the subject says - it is a bit difficult to evaluate software without any support.
I did not found any answers (ggogle , vmware).
Please help screenshot attached.
host OS = Fedora Core 16
[root@srv2 /]# uname -a
I just need to test port forwarding to a virtual machine behind NAT .. it seems it should run fine on Windows - but no Linux ?
>>Note: The NAT Settings options are not available for Linux hosts.
Try using bridged mode. I RDP and VNC into VM's running under Linux all the time. I run Ubuntu 11.04.
I do other port forwarding via the router, but that is from the "outside".
If that is not what you are trying to do, perhaps you should explain in more detail.
thanks, I have found
and in section
probably things can be set up ...
I will try to investigate further
Please, if you're going to take the time to respond, at least provide correct and complete information. I.e.
I find it pathetic that VMware has not documented and supported the network editor on Linux hosts. Linux is a dramatically more efficient host than Windows.