[PVE-User] nat-dhcp

Tonci Stipičević tonci at suma-informatika.hr
Fri Mar 25 13:36:05 CET 2011


I've defined new ethernet of type NAT for the quest machine.
The guest booted up (as expected) and it's got IP adress from the dhcp 
in the NATed subnet (as expected).
So the question would be how to manage this dhcp server in the NATed subnet?
I want to put some quests with static IPs and how I can exclude this Ip 
from the dhcp scope?

Can I set up more NATed networks/subnets ?

thank you in advance


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