Why vmware creates network?

All kind time of day! There are a couple of question on VM

  • 1. In the network control center have created 2 VM network, why they are needed? When they are turned off everything works as the same as when enabled.
  • 2. There are moments when the virtual machine, whether it loses the network, whether still something is going on but in a virtual machine stop working link in the browser, helps only restart of the browser.
The whole point
Created 2 virtual machines, you only need to work with the Internet. Fouled a kind of clickers that is sitting on the site and every 5-10 minutes clicks on one button. But there is a problem, sometimes it happens that the click is but the action is not passed, as if off the Internet. Maybe someone knows what's the problem? Perhaps the problem is that I turned off, although if I'm not mistaken, and when enabled it happens
June 27th 19 at 15:15
1 answer
June 27th 19 at 15:17
1. VMnet1 virtual adapter settings to create a local subnet just between the VMS and the host machine. VMnet8 virtual adapter settings to create a local subnet with NAT between the VM and the host machine(roughly speaking, a router between them). You most likely use your VM Bridged connection, i.e. use the real network adapter in bridge mode. Virtual adapters when not in use, so their status has no effect.
2. If it helps to restart the browser, and look for the reason for it. Network browser does not depend. Perhaps the server is protected from bots, that's pressing and not taking.
Thanks for the reply, no I use NAT. Another question which mode is best to use for the Internet.
And how can you make it so that to be a network of virtuallock connected as soon as the main PC will get access to the Internet, it is bridge mode?

Well, about the clicker, at the expense of restraint, I doubt that there is a restriction. Typically, this problem occurs when the PC goes into hibernate mode (every 12 hours, to save power)after such manipulations is that virtualtech stop working links.

For ideas, I need new path has always been connected to the Internet, regardless of whether there is a network of axes on the machine or not. I expect, of course not off - dusty_Kuhic42 commented on June 27th 19 at 15:20
: I feel no difference(well, in theory, with NAT for a couple of microseconds slower:)). I use the bridge due to the fact that often have to test network services, and additional subnet and NAT adds to setting up extra actions. Now conducted experiments, disconnected, connected. In bridge mode, the indicator of connectivity to the Internet from VM has varied considerably slower than Nat. But that means nothing, it's just indication. Apparently , checking the availability of the Internet in the bridge mode is done less frequently. Internet access on the VM appeared immediately after receiving the IP on the host machine in both modes. You have any delays?
In the hibernation path, however, also stop and disable it in the settings power options, and will continue to work. - ned commented on June 27th 19 at 15:23
Delay is, but it is not significant 2-3 second. It turns out, the difference between bridge and NAT, as I understood there, at least for my tasks.
Hibernation I can't turn off, so there is no possibility of the PC to keep enabled. Or do you mean in virtualcad disable Guibert? - dusty_Kuhic42 commented on June 27th 19 at 15:26
: 2-3 seconds is absolutely fine. Yes, there is no difference. Hibernation I mean on the host machine, then work around the clock do not succeed.
About clickers. Most likely, during the time spent in hibernation obsolete cookies in the browser and the web server closes the session, or just after some time period, the session terminates. But I'm in the web stuff. - ned commented on June 27th 19 at 15:29
About cookies think so, too, will need to delve into the browser. And the last question, setting virtuallock NAT when turned off net1&net8 everything works fine, needless to dwell on this and keep enabled, or no difference? - dusty_Kuhic42 commented on June 27th 19 at 15:32
: net1&net8 is, roughly speaking, templates, network settings different configurations. Of course, if you use them, you need them, if not, not needed. Their already clogged network settings. When you create a new VM with the marked point NAT VMware creates a subnet with the settings it by default. And these adapters you can change the settings(range provemy address, mask). You can delete them, you can edit. But if you create these VM templates are not used, they are on the VM is not affected. The difference for you no no. - ned commented on June 27th 19 at 15:35

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