Netware 6.5 Network settings assistance needed

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Netware 6.5 Network settings assistance needed

Postby ckozely » 18. Jan 2017, 06:38

I have just installed a VM Netware 6.5 on a Windows 10 host.
I selected the "HOST ONLY" setting for the network adaptor.
My windows host ip is 192.168.0.165 so I programmed my Netware virtualized server to be 192.168.0.220.
I download the netware client for windows 10 and was not able to "see" the netware guest tree and server.

Can any one confirm how you program a server so that I can access it on the host network or anyone who is on this same network?
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Re: Netware 6.5 Network settings assistance needed

Postby socratis » 18. Jan 2017, 09:24

ckozely wrote:My windows host ip is 192.168.0.165

That's your hosts public IP. The HostOnly network creates another network, a private one. Unless you modified the settings, it defaults to your host having a 192.168.56.1 address and a DHCP server on the host giving addresses to your guests from 192.168.56.101 to 192.168.56.254.

More details on Ch. 6.7. Host-only networking of the User Manual.
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Re: Netware 6.5 Network settings assistance needed

Postby ckozely » 18. Jan 2017, 23:55

Thank you for your post reply.
I am still a bit confused as I can not find any explicit documentation about my intented configuration.

I want to put a Windows Server and a Novell Netware 6.5 server both as VM guests of a Indows 10 host.
The Windows 10 host is running on a network 192.168.0.X
Both servers has a fixed IP. What is the best network configuration in order for any station of my 192.168.0.X network to see both servers that will, I assume, has an address within this range (192.168.0.220 and 192.168.0.221 for example)
I assumed that HOST ONLY was the best solution. Was I right? Is there any documentation that addresses this specifically?
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Re: Netware 6.5 Network settings assistance needed

Postby socratis » 20. Jan 2017, 20:18

Yes you weren't correct about the HostOnly. HostOnly means what is says. Host only and nothing else. That's it.

See Ch. 6.2 Introduction to networking modes. It's the Bridged mode that you need. Detailed documentation as requested, in the User Manual Ch. 6.5 Bridged networking.

+-----------+-------------+-------------+----------------+----------------+
| | VM <-> Host | VM1 <-> VM2 | VM -> Internet | VM <- Internet |
+-----------+-------------+-------------+----------------+----------------+
| HostOnly | Yes | Yes | No | No |
| Internal | No | Yes | No | No |
| Bridged | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes |
| NAT | No | No | Yes | Port forward |
| NATNet | No | Yes | Yes | No |
+-----------+-------------+-------------+----------------+----------------+
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