Changes between Version 19 and Version 20 of TipAndDoc/VM/VMware/Workstation


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Oct 9, 2011 1:18:48 PM (9 years ago)
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mitty
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    115115 * see also vmware:1027987 
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     117 = Promiscuous Mode = 
     118 * デフォルトではPromiscuous Modeは仮想NICに対して使用出来ない[[br]][[Image(PromiscuousMode.png,33%)]] 
     119 * vmware:287 Using Virtual Ethernet Adapters in Promiscuous Mode on a Linux Host 
     120 > VMware software does not allow the virtual Ethernet adapter to go into promiscuous mode unless the user running the VMware software has permission to make that setting. This follows the standard Linux practice that only root can put a network interface into promiscuous mode. 
     121 > 
     122 > One way to do this is to create a new group, add the appropriate users to the group, and give that group read/write access to the appropriate device. These changes need to be made on the host operating system as root (su). For example: 
     123 > {{{ 
     124 > chgrp newgroup /dev/vmnet0 
     125 > chmod g+rw /dev/vmnet0 
     126 > }}} 
     127 > If you want all users to be able to set the virtual network adapter (/dev/vmnet0 in our example) to promiscuous mode, you can simply run the following command on the host  operating system as root: 
     128 > {{{ 
     129 > chmod a+rw /dev/vmnet0 
     130 > }}}