You are an application developer. You use a hypervisor with multiple virtual machines installed to test your applications on various operating system versions and editions. Currently, all of your testing virtual machines are connected to the production network through the hypervisor”s network interface. However, you are concerned that the latest application you are working on could adversely impact other network hosts if errors exist in the code. To prevent this, you decide to isolate the virtual machines from the production network. However, they still need to be able to communicate directly with each other. What should you do?
Create a new virtual switch configured for host-only (internal) networking.Connect the virtual network interfaces in the virtual machines to the virtual switch.
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You are responsible for maintaining Windows workstation operating systems in your organization. Recently, an update from Microsoft was automatically installed on your workstations that caused an in-house application to stop working.To keep this from happening again, you decide to test all updates on a virtual machine before allowing them to be installed on production workstations.Currently, none of your testing virtual machines have a network connection. However, they need to be able to connect to the update servers at Microsoft to download and install updates.
Create a new virtual switch configured for bridged (external) networkingConnect the virtual network interfaces in the virtual machine to the virtual switch
Which of the devices facilitates communication between different virtual machines by check data packer before moving them to a destination.
Which of the following devices is computer software, firmware, or hardware that creates and runs virtual machines?
A virtual network is dependent on the configuration and physical hardware of the host operating system.Multiple virtual networks can be associated with a single physical network adapter.
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