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70-270 diagram by Phoenix

Discussion in 'Virtual Computing' started by honeymonkey, Mar 31, 2009.

  1. honeymonkey

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    Hi, just a quick question regarding the 70-270 diagram http://www.rbanet.co.uk/vm/labdiag-70-270-1.png by Phoenix.

    At the top under Virtual Lab Host Machine it states Total of 4 Virtual Machines but the diagram only shows 3

    LOCALDC01
    LOCALXP01
    LOCALXP02

    Thanks.
     
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  2. honeymonkey

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    Another question I have regarding the diagram is the subnet mask bits. shouldn't it be 8 instead of 24?
     
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  3. greenbrucelee
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    there are four, 8)
     
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  4. honeymonkey

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    Are you including the host machine?
     
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  5. greenbrucelee
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    yes that how I perceive it :D
     
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  6. honeymonkey

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    The host machine can't be virtual! also it's specs state VMWare Workstation 4.5 and it has 2 network adapaters
     
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  7. honeymonkey

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    Sorry but also forgot to add, the horizontal line separates virtual machines from non virtual machines! Is Phoenix still around to comment on this?
     
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  8. nugget
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    As Phoenix used templates quite a bit for the diagrams maybe there are some slipups in the details. You should only need 3 vms as shown.


    Check out the IP address range. Normally an 8 bit subnet mask would result in having 16.7 million host addresses but by using a 24 bit subnet mask you limit the host addresses to 254 which is a little easier. You could alternatively change the IP addressing scheme to a class c range.


    Check out the date of the post and the diagram, 2005. That's when vmware 4.5 was current.
     
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  9. honeymonkey

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    I know VMWare 4.5 is out of date, I was just pointing out that it was not a virtual machine as it was the one running VMWare
     
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