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VMware Server 2.0 DHCP Configuration

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=== NAT Virtual Network IP Addresses === <table border="1" cellpadding="5" cellspacing="0" id="E3B" style="border-collapse: collapse; border-color:#cccccc; border-style: solid; border-width: 1px; margin-bottom:20px"><tr bgcolor="#cccccc" style="color:black" valign="top"><th><p>IP Range</p></th><th><p>Description</p></th></tr> <tr><td><p''>subnet''.1</p></td><td>The IP address of the host machine. Provides a way for the virtual machines to communicate with the host. Example:</td></tr> <tr bgcolor="#e9e9e6"><td>''subnet''.2</td><td>The IP address to the VMware Server NAT device.</td></tr> <tr><td>''subnet''.3 - ''subnet''.127</td><td>Reserved for use as static addresses for virtual machines which are not configured to obtain an IP address from the VMware DHCP server. Example: -</td></tr> <tr >bgcolor="#e9e9e6"<td><p''>subnet''.128 - ''subnet''.253</p></td><td>The pool of IP addresses available for dynamic allocation to virtual machines by the VMware DHCP server. Example: -</td></tr> <tr><td>''subnet''.254</td><td>Used as the IP address of the VMware DHCP server.</td></tr> <tr bgcolor="#e9e9e6"><td><p''>subnet''.255</p></td><td>The NAT virtual network broadcast address.</td></tr></table>
== Configuring the VMware Server DHCP Server on Windows Hosts ==

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