Hey everyone! I'm setting up a new lab at home, but using VMWare Server this time, as opposed to having a bunch of machines lying around. Anyway... here is my setup so far: Wireless/wired network from ISP- Home office pc for basic internet use (for wife and I) Home test server with VMware I have configured a number of VM's on that server, but I'm trying to make them on their own independent network that will (hopefully) use NAT with the host machine to gain internet access, however will not interfere with any setting on my home network. For right now, my home server and home office pc are on the 192.168.1.x subnet. I want to create a new 10.x.x.x subnet for all of my vm machines. I think I was heading in the right direction as I went into Host Virtual Network Mapping and configured a new subnet, dhcp scope, and NAT settings. I would eventually like to set up DHCP on one of the VM DCs that I have. I tried thumbing around with some VMware docs but I think they were pointing me towards a more advanced version of what I am doing... I'm not too sure. I'm hoping someone here has a quick "yea, you are on the right track, but try this" type suggestion. Thanks to all! I'm new to the VMware thing. We use VMware ESX at work and have great success, but right now we are so set up that it is just clone an image and boom, insta-server. Plus, I wasn't involved in the initial ESX setup... I wish I had been, but that was one of our guys rolling solo on that one. Oh, and sorry if this comes across as disjointed in any way. I'm tying this while holding on to my little guy who just woke from his nap, so I'm sure there may be a random "Barney" or "Wiggle" thrown in here.