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I dont have much experience with Vmware, and I'm asking for help for my scenario:

PC: PC with 2 LAN cards, Running Windows 7 OS, and Vmware Workstation 10
LAN1: Static IP from internet service provider
LAN2: Static IP from local network (

Vmware: Network adpater (bridged)
Network adapter2 (host-only)

And please tell me how to setup vmware for everything to work? I have access from private network to KerioControl admin, i dont have access from local network to internet. I dont have access to internet from Virtual machine (tried to ping public IP from IP tools).

Traffic rules are ok, and interfaces too. One is in local trusted, one on internet interfaces. I'm experienced kerio user, but low experience with virtual machines.

Please help, thanks!


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The bridge card is now automatic. Connect this one directly to the nic with internet. Second card bridge to the LAN card and give in Control this one a static address. In all systems in your LAN the gateway is the Second card Ip address in Kerio the Gateway IP number.

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Carlo Turk
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As I understand you:

W7 PC: WAN card = static IP from ISP
W7 PC: LAN card = (example)

Vmware: Network card = Bridged
Network card2 = Bridged

KerioControl: Network card = Automatic IP (DHCP)
Network card2=

In all devices from LAN, gateway to be

Please correct if i get something wrong.

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