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About the Summary Panel

Choose: Edit > Virtual Network Settings > Summary

The Summary tab displays a list of the virtual networks currently active on the host.

By default, the VMnet0 virtual network is set up in bridged mode and bridges to an active Ethernet adapter on the host computer. If there are multiple active Ethernet adapters on the host, the choice of which adapter it uses is arbitrary. To restrict the range of choices, click the Automatic Bridging tab and exclude any adapters you wish. For more information, see Configuring Automatic Bridging.

Click the Host Virtual Network Mapping tab to specify the Ethernet adapter used for VMnet0 and for any other virtual networks you want to use for bridged networking. Controls on this panel also allow you to specify the subnet to be used by any virtual network. For more information, see Host Virtual Network Mapping.

Click the Host Virtual Adapters tab to specify which virtual networks have host virtual adapters — virtual Ethernet adapters that allow the host computer to connect to the network. For more information, see Managing Host Virtual Ethernet Adapters.

Click the DHCP tab to specify which virtual networks use the virtual DHCP server or configure DHCP settings for any of those networks. For more information, see Configuring DHCP Settings.

Click the NAT tab to configure settings for the virtual network address translation (NAT) device. For more information, see Configuring NAT Settings.

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