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In your host ipconfig, what you see is obviously your host active network interfaces what I call the virtual switch/router interfaces VMWare creates for each virtual network. Since VMWare emulates an interface for each virtual network, you can't just assign a specific inet address for VMWare. You'll have to deal with the VMWare network manager provided ...
High Availability is not a direct feature of VMWare Workstation in the sense you are speaking of. You can setup vms in HA clusters within Workstation but VMWare Workstation does not facilitate this directly. The IP addressing you need to be looking at lies within the virtual machines' configuration, not on the host. The host virtual adapter simply acts ...
I think you should open your ports in iptables. Then set your network adapter as bridged network and finally configure the port forwarding. regards!
Configure your virtual network in bridged mode, but do not assign the IP address on the host. Only assign the IP address in the guest.
Linux will remount it's partitions in r/o mode to avoid data corruption, if it encounters unstable disk performance (EIO errors). Check the underlying storage and the disk image settings.
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