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VMware Server 2.0 DHCP Configuration

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= HostOnly Virtual Network IP Addresses
When a NAT or HostOnly network is created it is assigned a Class C IP subnet address range (for example - In practice, VMware divides this address range and allocates specific addresses and address ranges for specific uses. These divisions differ between NAT and HostOnly virtual networks and are outlined in the following tables:
=== HostOnly Virtual Network IP Addresses ===
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