windows 10 pro + VMware workstation 16 pro.
My laptop is connected to our corp network through VPN. After I successfully create a linux vm (CentOS 8), I need it have corp network IP so other people in my team can have access (ssh, etc) to it.
How can I achieve it?
Now I use NAT, and vm IP address is something like 192.168.217.128, which is not what we need.
thanks a lot!
the admins of your corp network may had cases like this request/plan in mind when they decided to enforce usage of a VPN.
In some companies even a first attempt to give an "unknown" Linux access into your protected network can fire back ...
I would suggest to play it by the book and contact the right person, Explain your need and request a solution.
Road with least resistance is probably an additional Wireless USB-adapter connected to the guest as an USB-device.
But that may look even more suspicious ...
Cant you let the Windows host do the job ?
Some more details would help ...
thnx guys. But I think you get my question wrong.
I am asking if vmware is capable of doing what I was asking, it has nothing to do with my corp network settings at all.
All the things I plan to do with vmware are corp biz only, not personal hobby or experiment.