Setting Up Virtual Networks

Setting up virtual networks

A virtual machine can be configured to provide access to the following:

  • Internal network resources.
  • The Internet and other external network resources.
  • Local network consisting of just the other virtual machines.
  • Local network consisting of the other virtual machines and the host operating system.

Each virtual machine can be set up to use up to four network adapters, each of which can have a different configuration. For more information about the use and management of networks for a virtual machine, see: