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Caution: Be careful when you change the bridged adapter mappings. If you reassign a physical Ethernet adapter to a different virtual network, any virtual machine using the original network is no longer bridged to the external network via that virtual network. You must then change the setting for each affected virtual machine's network adapter individually. This can be especially troublesome if your host has only one physical Ethernet adapter and you reassign it to a VMnet other than VMnet0; even though the VMnet still appears to bridge to an automatically chosen adapter, the only adapter it can use has been assigned to a different VMnet.
To view or change the subnet settings for a virtual network, click the > button for that virtual network. A pop-up appears, from which you select Subnet. Make any changes you wish, then click OK.
To view or change DHCP settings for a virtual network, click the> button for that virtual network. A pop-up appears, from which you select DHCP. Make any changes you wish, then click OK.
You can change DHCP settings only if the virtual network adapter is bridged. For example, if the setting for VMnet3 is Not bridged, the pop-up from the > button only displays Subnet, and there is no option for changing DHCP settings.
When you have made all the networking changes you want, click OK.
See also Configuring DHCP Settings.
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