I am not good with networking, and need some help with setting up the lab from chapter one in Jang's new 7th edition book.
Three virtual machines:
systems on the example.com domain will be configured on the 192.168.122.0/24 network.
systems on the example.org domain will be configured on the 192.168.100.0/24 network.
server1.example.com is 192.168.122.50
tester1.example.com is 192.168.122.150
outsider1.example.org is 192.168.100.100
The networking on my machine is on the private subnet of 10.100.1.0. I need to be able to create virtual machines that will be able to communicate with the public network for updates and installations, but they also need to be able to communicate with each other.
Any guides available to help through this? I am at a loss.submitted by /u/leap-year-account
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