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How did you configure the virtual machine's hardware? Try using the "E1000" network adapters.
My network adapter's model is :
Marvell Yukon 88E8059 PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet Controller
i couldnt find anything about if it supports ESX virtualization or not
First thing Physical nic card should support1gbps speed.
Hi, Before doing instalation ESX3.0 /3.5 in workstation 6. You need to add two more lines in .vmx file. Create new VIrtual machine with Redhat Linux 5 64bit for esx3.0. Bydefault VM store in your desktop in Documents/virtualmachine.
Edit .vmx file with notepad add these two lines.
monitor_control.restrict_backdoor = TRUE
monitor_control.vt32 = TRUE
Check another two lines are available or not in .vmx file
ethernet0.present = TRUE
ethernet0.virtualDev = "e1000"
o my gooooooooooooooooooooooooooodddd ....
thank you .
i cant believe it worked
Why are you installing ESX 3.x - that product is two revisions old - the current release if ESXi 5.0 which also can be installed in a workstation VM -
the problem is I cant find the newer version , even the terial version . because VMware does not support my country .
even for connecting to Communities I must use VPNs.
I have given 192.168.1.1 to the ESX server and I've called it "esx.test.local" but I have no access to it .
There i no answer to any PING .
There might be an issue with you VPNinterfering with you connecting to local resources -