My physical computer running windows vista 64bit is running a virtual machine using VmwareI bridged the virtual machine to the phsyical network and the virtual machine recieved an IP address etc from the physical networks DHCP serverHowever, this machine can't access the internet or any external resourcesAny ideas? Thanks!
If % H2SO4 in answer 40, % H2O 60 % 0.6 80 grams H2O 0.6 (mass of entire answer) mass of answer 80/0.6 133.3 grams Density Mass/quantity quantity Mass/density 133.3g/(2.5g/ml) fifty 3.3 ml
multiply those three numbers by the corresponding unit in g/cm3 that way you're cancelling out the cm3 to get just grams: 81.5cmx2.1cmx1.6cm x 7.86 g/1cm3 see? cm3 cancelsFor the 3rd onea Liter is a measurement of volume, like cm31 cm3 1 mLso 4.051 L will equal 4051 cm3so then just do the same equation: 4051cm3 x .998g/cm3
Couple things to look at Did you also receive the DNS servers to use from DHCP? Can you ping your gateway/router via IP address? Can you ping something beyond your router? I also notice that some internet security suites will recognize vmware talking out the bridged interface, I know CA did, so they can block you now.