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Old 25-07-2009
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sad Bridging the virtual server and my physical PC

Hi guys,

I'm pretty new to computer networks and i need to do my experiment through a network.But unfortunetly i dont have a computer network in my home , so i decided to install virtual server to create a small network enviorament. and i want to know what is the technique to bridge my stand alone machine to a virtual machine , and how can i create virtual network which i can control (domail control) all virtual machine that , newly created in virtual server.

I want advice from a expetise or who can answer my question easily...

Please help me..yo

Thank you...
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Re: Bridging the virtual server and my physical PC

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Re: Bridging the virtual server and my physical PC

To create a virtual network

1. Open the Administration Website.
2. In the navigation pane, under Virtual Networks, click Create.
3. In Virtual network name, type a name for the virtual network.
4. In Network adapter on physical computer, select the network adapter to use, or select None.
5. In Disconnected virtual network adapters, select the Connected check box for any virtual network adapters that you want to attach to the virtual network you are creating.
6. In Virtual network notes, type any notes to help administer this virtual network, and then click OK.

For more information: How to create and use a virtual private network
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Re: Bridging the virtual server and my physical PC

A virtual network consists of one or more virtual machines configured to access local or external network resources. It is configured to use either a network adapter in the physical computer or no network adapter.If no network adapter is selected, then any virtual machine attached to the virtual network becomes part of the internal virtual machine network. An internal virtual machine network consists of all virtual machines that are attached to a virtual network, which is configured to use no network adapter. Each internal virtual machine network is completely isolated from all other internal virtual machine networks. After creating the Virtual net work you need to add a virtual network by using an existing file. To do so, follow this:-
  1. Open the Administration Website.
  2. In the navigation pane, under Virtual Networks, click Add.
  3. Do one of the following, and then click Add:
    • In Available configuration files, select the virtual network configuration (.vnc) file to use.
    • In Existing configuration (.vnc) file, type the fully qualified path to the virtual network configuration file to use.
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Re: Bridging the virtual server and my physical PC

Wee if you want to experiment with networks, atleast have two computers. Virtual Computers will give you a lot of trouble, also a lot of resource will be consumed by the virtual computers...
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