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    Default Setting up network on local network with bt3 over VMware

    I have BT3 installed on VMware. I am trying to get my eth0 set up to run on my local network so I can use BT3 to work on pentesting my other two comps.

    My localnetwork is setup as 192.168.1.1 as the gateway but BT3 on VMware keeps assigning me 192.168.196.0 as my default gateway. I tried changing the nic properties in VMX builder from NAT to BRIDGE, and it actually assigns the local networks info, but with no connectivity. I cant even ping the gateway. Back on my regular desktop (WINXP PRO) I ran ipconfig and it still has the VM nic assigned as 192.168.196.1. I logged into my router and it shows the VM nic as present on my DHCP tables.

    How do I need to configure this so my VM runs on the same subnet as the rest of my PCs?

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    did you try "ifconfig eth0 up" ?
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    EDIT: Ah, should have read further (sorry, no sleep or food in a long while). I don't think subnetting is your problem. But if you are getting a bad gateway, you may need to change the IP settings manually. See if there is an option in VMware, or in the connection properties of the virtual network connection. I'm afraid mine worked out of the box, so I haven't had to resolve this issue. I am not certain of the konsole command to change the IP, but a quick google can get you there.

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    What setting did you use for networking? NAT? Also, you may have to bridge your connections. To do this, go into control panel > network connections and highlight your virtual NIC and your real NIC, then right click and select "bridge."

    Hope that helps.

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    Hi and excuse my english ...
    I don't know if I can help you. I use vmware on ubuntu with NAT (vmnet8). My gateway (on vmnet8) is 192.168.137.2. All vm have ip from 192.168.137.128 to 192.168.137.254 and DNS is that my ISP. I don't use DHCP. I think you should set the ip of each your vm into range 192.168.190.128/254 (is the WinXP that BT3).

    bye and excuse again my english :P

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