How is IP address assign to VM Guest machine in VMware ESX 3.5 /VC 2.5

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VMware ESX 3.5 / VC 2.5, are the vm guest machines getting it IP address from the HOST NIC card (on a DHCP LAN) by a created Bridge networking bonding.  

ASKED: November 13, 2009  7:15 PM
UPDATED: November 14, 2009  1:41 AM

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The ESX server has a virtual switch network built in. Once you connect the host server to the network and there is a DHCP server available, your virtual machines will pick up the DHCP address from your DHCP server.

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  • Smitty7k
    is there a bridge network bond that need to be created between virtual network and the physical NIC card on the vm esx host to allow it to receive DHCP IP Address.
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