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b0rman

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Hi!

I'm going to use Kerio Control software or virtual appliance but I can't find information about network setup Sad

My question is:
How should I configure my host and VM network cards if I have only one external (Internet) IP from my ISP?

I mean should I configure host's card as usual with external IP/GW and use NAT for VM or should I configure host's card as usual with external IP/GW and use BRIDGE with same IP/GW on VM?

P.s. Of course I have one more network card for LAN Smile
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Bridged!
Because if it is alright the IP will not be given to the Host NIC, but to the VM that is connect to that.

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ICT and Me wrote on Wed, 20 March 2013 10:08
Bridged!
Because if it is alright the IP will not be given to the Host NIC, but to the VM that is connect to that.

So it will be no IP conflict? And if my IP is binded to MAC on ISP side - should I clone MAC?
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