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Applies to: Fast Models
Network Address Translation (NAT) networking is an alternative method to Ethernet bridging of connecting a Fast Model to the network. This may be a more suitable method to use in Windows environments which use FlexLM node-locked licensing , as bridging can cause the MAC address and hence the machine hostid to change.
Note: If you have already configured your environment for bridged-based networking; please uninstall the bridge before continuing. See the bridging documentation for information on how to remove bridging.
First configure the Windows environment:
Now configure networking inside the model. The exact configuration for this will depend on the Operating System and environment running under the model; however for systems which support DHCP an IP address should be automatically assigned.
Article last edited on: 2013-08-27 13:34:05
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